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A Chon Buri man sporting no trousers crashed his automotive into a power pole in the primary city district yesterday. The car of 30 year previous Praphot Sriwan was found on a bypass highway inbound to Bang Saen in the Ban Suan sub-district. Police mentioned no one witnessed the accident.
Praphot suffered critical head accidents, and rescuers rushed him to a nearby hospital. On the QT on the driver’s side was cracked, suggesting that Praphot might have hit his head and misplaced consciousness. The rescuers also saw that Praphot’s trousers have been on the automotive flooring, The Pattaya News reported.
Police are currently investigating the incident.
This information comes lower than a week after a lady in close by Pattaya additionally crashed her car into an influence pole.
Thailand’s roads are notoriously lethal. Thailand has been ranked as the second most dangerous nation to drive in based on a driver’s educational platform. There had been 21,052 accidents in 2020, and eleven,138 accidents in 2021. 20% of accidents concerned bikes, whereas 8% involved six-wheel vans, and 8% involved vehicles with at least 10 wheels. PM Prayut Chan-o-cha this year announced a significant aim of chopping the variety of street deaths by virtually two-thirds by 2027.
Hopefully, Praphot could have a speedy restoration from his accidents..

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