A 34-year-old Korean man, a well-known local bar manager and foreigner, was killed in a horrific motorcycle accident in Pattaya. The man struck a roadwork sign early in the morning outside Pattaya 7 School, where the event occurred.
The person was found unconscious on the road when Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation rescuers arrived at the scene around 4am. They tried everything to revive him, but they failed. In order to give his family and embassy time to respond, the man’s identity has been hidden.
The victim’s motorcycle had slammed into a large red construction sign, which was visible at the scene of the accident. Then, his body was taken to a neighborhood hospital. To pinpoint the precise reason for the crash, police are currently reviewing CCTV footage from the scene.Another foreign rider died in Pattaya on Saturday after losing control of his motorcycle.A deadly collision on Jomtien Second Road in Pattaya City’s Nong Prue subdistrict, Bang Lamung district, was reported to police at Mueang Pattaya Police Station around 3.30 p.m. Police and rescuers from the Sawang Boriboon Thammasat Foundation in Pattaya flocked to the site.
At the accident site, authorities discovered a grey Honda CB 300 motorcycle with a Bangkok license plate lying in the middle of the road surrounded by broken bike parts. The vehicle’s front end was destroyed.
An unnamed foreign man’s body was discovered ten meters away, laying on his back in a pool of blood while dressed in white shorts and a brown T-shirt. On his head and face, the deceased had multiple wounds.