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2 People injured and a dog killed in road crash

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2 People injured and a dog killed in road crash

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PATTAYA: -- At around 6:00pm on Sunday April 16th, police and emergency services were called to the scene of a road accident, in which a dog had sadly passed away and a further 2 people left with injuries.

 

The incident occured on the 331 road just on the outskirts of Pattaya.

 

At the scene, police found the mashed up pick truck with 2 bodies still trapped inside. It took around 10 minutes before they were able to be cut free. The driver had suffered minor injuries to both legs, while her friend in the passenger seat was left with a few cuts and bruises, but nothing serious.

 

Both were treated by paramedics at the scene before making their way to a local hospital for further check ups.

 

Unfortunately, there were no eye witnesses to the accident, so police interviewed the son of the driver, who had turned up a short time after the crash. He told police that his mother was a shellfish seller in Pattaya. She had been to the the market to purchase some goods, and was making her way back, ready for the nighttime trade.

 

 
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A editor is needed. "Bodies" ?

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Probably had good intentions to save the dog but failed.

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Somebody has to pay for hurting the precious DOG here

 

After all the dog has MORE value than human lives here right???  :wai:

 

Thainess 101

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14 minutes ago, ChakaKhan said:

Somebody has to pay for hurting the precious DOG here

 

After all the dog has MORE value than human lives here right???  :wai:

 

Thainess 101

No the Dog is is a few runs up,   the ladder more than the

average Falang in the  pecking order in Thailand.

Know and understand your place :giggle:

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16 minutes ago, onemorechang said:

No the Dog is is a few runs up,   the ladder more than the

average Falang in the  pecking order in Thailand.

Know and understand your place :giggle:

Solly Solly..okok....kor thod krup:wai:  i go temple --make merit

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Shame about the dog. The others, not so much.

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A couple of grammar police posts posts have been removed. Please take it up with the original source not on here thanks

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20 hours ago, webfact said:

He told police that his mother was a shellfish seller in Pattaya.

 

She sells seashells by the seashore. 

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Should read   "a dog was killed  and sadly 2 persons were injured " is it some sort of sickness that people write like this . Passed away sound like he died in his sleep . I am sure passed away does not mean killed i a road accident  and "sadly" ?!

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6pm on road 331 and NO witnesses. I find that hard to believe. Nobody cared is more like it.

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Was the dog a beloved companion also travelling in the pick-up or just a stupid bl........y stray mutt with no traffic sense who caused the accident?

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