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Old man not to blame for death of teacher the kids called "angel", say locals

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Old man not to blame for death of teacher the kids called "angel", say locals

 

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Locals and people connected to a Chiang Mai kindergarten have strong suspicions that an old man is not responsible for the death of a teacher who her pupils called an angel. 

 

Thanisa, 32, was killed as she turned on a motorcycle in Patan Soi 5 on Sunday evening. 

 

Thanisa and her two children on the back were sent flying by a black car overtaking on the right. 

 

The children are recovering from their injuries. 

 

Initially a man called Jaran, 66 was suspected but people in the area and at the victim's school suggest he was not driving. 

 

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They say that the driver was a 35-40 year old man dressed in blue or green and wearing sneakers who was seen getting out of the driver's side of the vehicle that stopped 50 meters down the road. 

 

A woman in red was in the front passenger seat, they said. She was also pictured at the scene of the accident.

 

The suggestion appears to be that the older man was prepared to take the rap for the younger one. 

 

The director of Anuban Darunnimit school said that Thanisa was beloved of teachers, parents and students.

 

So much so that they gave her the name "Khru Nang Faa" that means angelic teacher in Thai. 

 

Source: Sanook

 
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In another video it is clear that the bike crossed to the right in front of the black pick up which was very clearly speeding so a combination of 2 wrongs resulting in the death of the teacher . 

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19 minutes ago, poanoi said:

just be quiet, the bike driver did no wrong,

she positioned herself at the right place, she gave signal well in advance,

then comes the car overtaking as many as he can including the bike driver turning right

Shouldnt the bike driver had  checked to see whether there were any cars coming ?

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So sad. I don't know these teachers has life insurance or not. Hope she has one for her children

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Police were conned: Man's son with no license was actually the driver who killed Chiang Mai teacher

 

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Manager reported that relatives of the teacher killed in Chiang Mai told police they have the wrong man. 

 

The cops thought that Jaran Ek-Sowan, 66, was behind the wheel of the black car that was overtaking that led to the death of the kindergarten teacher "Khru Nang Faa", 32, who was turning on a motorcycle. 

 

In fact it was his son who has no licence.

 

Chayada Khreuasung, a relative of the dead woman, said that the family had discovered at the funeral that a swap was made.

 

The family claimed they did this because they feared that the son would be in worse trouble as he had just been to a party.

 

And they were worried that insurance would not pay up if they said that he was the driver so his dad owned up instead. 

 

Police admitted it looked like they had got the wrong person, said Manager. 

 

It will take 2 or three days to sort out, they said. 

 

The family of the deceased said they had already received 50,000 baht in two payments from the car driver. 

 

Source: Manager Online

 

 
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Just now, HHTel said:

So you're saying that you should check that there is no idiot driving the wrong way.  When turning right, position yourself on the crown of the road and give way to ONCOMING traffic.  The car should not have been overtaking, and not so fast, and certainly not where there is a right turn (junction albeit a minor one).  Apart from the safety issue (no helmets and 3 riders), the bike was being driven correctly.

I wonder where some posters learned to drive!

I was asking a question , so, I wasnt "saying" anything , just asking a question .

You seem to be saying that she was correct in not looking behind her .

The result shows that to be the wrong thing to do 

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2 minutes ago, poanoi said:

she had made the positioning and signal well in advance,

her duty at this point was to observe the oncoming traffic,

which she did.

And what happened to her ?

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