Motorcycle thief killed in automotive accident in Chon Buri

A thief died on the Sukhumvit Road in the Sattahip district of Chon Buri final night after he stole a bike and crashed into a automotive while making an escape.
The lifeless thief was recognized as 42 year old Chalermpon Pairin. The stolen bike, a pink Yamaha Filano, was left in pieces following the collision with a white Toyota Yaris SUV.
The SUV driver, 29 12 months outdated Kittiya Waiyakula, waited until officers from Na Jomtien Police Station arrived on the scene. She reported to the police that she was travelling back residence to Pattaya when the deceased thief rode the stolen bike dangerously at tempo in opposition to the flow of visitors and crashed immediately into her car. She was unable to halt her automobile in time to prevent the collision.
Kittiya said she was in shock and instantly reported the incident to the police and rescue team. However, the motorbike rider was critically injured and died before the arrival of the officers.
When Monetize have been investigating, the true proprietor of the motorbike, 20 yr previous Nerarit Arison, presented himself at the scene and revealed that the useless man had simply stolen the motorbike from him. He followed the GPS until the bike stopped and he arrived on the scene.
Nerarit revealed that he parked the motorcycle at an evening market in Pattaya and went purchasing. He came again and discovered solely the helmet on the ground.
Another motorcycle accident was reported in Chon Buri this morning. The rider, 34 12 months previous Ek-nakorn Krasaechan, lost his life after he crashed his purple Honda Wave 125i right into a site visitors sign at a U-turn. The man was believed to have fallen asleep and lost management of the bike after working his night time shift. An SUV that was about to make a U-turn was damaged by the bike..

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