As the taxi driver collided with another biker on a route in South Pattaya, a Thai woman who was riding in the vehicle sustained significant injuries.
Sawang Boriboon rescuers learned of a motorcycle accident with injuries at 2:00 AM on April 6. When they arrived, they discovered a red and black Cyclone RE3 motorcycle being driven by Mr. Komsan Sombun, 22, and a white Honda PCX motorcycle being driven by Mr. Manop Ninklang, a motorbike taxi rider, who was 38 years old. Both motorcycles had been involved in an accident.
Manop’s female passenger, who has not been named, was between the ages of 20 and 25, was discovered unconscious and seriously hurt.
The rescue squad started CPR on the female victim right away to preserve her life before bringing her to the hospital. Both Manop and Komsan were unharmed. When Mr. Komsan was questioned by police, he admitted that the collision took place as he was approaching a traffic signal while traveling from South Pattaya. He asserted that the collision was brought on by Manop, the other driver, drifting into his lane.
To identify the accident’s cause and stop future occurrences of similar accidents, the police will examine the local CCTV footage.