On a Pattaya Road, a Thai guy riding a motorbike fatally lost control and slammed into a minivan carrying foreign visitors.At 05:45 AM on April 28th, the victim, 33-year-old Mr. Saroj Salao, was discovered lying on Thep Prasit Road near the entrance to Soi Thepprasit 11. The man had lost a lot of blood, so the Sawang Boriboon rescuers who went to help him attempted unsuccessfully to revive him.
At the accident scene, his black and red Yamaha Mio 125 GTX motorcycle was found. Rescuers said that it was entirely demolished, with bits lying all over the roadway. Along with the driver, Mr. Kriengchai Chusrichan, 41, a white Toyota minivan with a smashed bumper was also discovered by the authorities at the scene.
Mr. Kriengchai, who was unharmed, was being driven by ten international passengers when he observed ongoing roadwork up ahead, according to information obtained from an interview he gave to The Pattaya News.According to Kriengchai, barricades from the construction had partially blocked the road.
The victim was then observed traveling quickly in the direction of the construction site. The victim’s vehicle collided head-on with Kriengchai’s vehicle after the victim avoided a street barrier and failed to return to his lane.The impact surprised the tourists, but thankfully no one was hurt.
The deceased person’s body was brought to Banglamung Hospital for funeral services. To determine the precise reason for the accident, Pattaya Police are looking into CCTV evidence.