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Who’s in the wrong? Overtaking motorbike crashes into traffic cop who cuts across lane

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Who’s in the wrong? Overtaking motorbike crashes into traffic cop who cut across lane

 

 

 

Netizens were debating who was at fault after video footage of a motorbike crashing into a traffic police who cut across a lane was shared online.

 

The incident happened on Monday in Songkhla province.

 

The motorbike can be seen driving on the wrong side of the road as it overtakes traffic. 

 

The collision occurs when the traffic cop cuts across traffic and appears right in front of the overtaking motorbike.

 

With both unable to get out of the way, the pair collide in the middle of the road.

 

No one was seriously hurt in the incident .

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cop was ghost riding..its that simple

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Both wrong.

cop going against the traffic and the other for overtaking wrongly the cars.Do like to see the cop immediately  care for the victims and helps them getting up their feet.I do feel cop insurance needs to pay as he was the most wrong.

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The cop bike in this case as the other bike is not actually doing anything wrong as there is nothing to indicate it is speeding..  The girl should be wearing a helmet.  The cop bike going against the flow and not looking is at fault. 

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both are wrong. but the cop is more culpable because he should know better.

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Both. Though bikes most often overtake on the left - as do numerous cars - so wrong side of the road (overtaken vehicles), whichever way they do it.

 

And then they decided to block one lane while they sorted it out.

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