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Chiang Mai, Thailand

Thailand – DEAD? – No, don’t think so

Via: Pattaya Daily News

A corpse transport truck blows a tire and overturns on the express way en route to  a cemetery  in Chonburi and  23 corpses are thrown out on the road.The superintendent of  Bang Pakong police confirms that the corpses are not dead red-shirt supporters (OKAY, no red-shirt supporters, got it. BUT did he confirm they were dead? No, don’t think so).


Pol.Lt.Col.Chalermchai  Naksen,  Chachoenchao  Police, was notified that a truck carrying dead bodies  had overturned at km marker 47  Bangpakong – Chachoenchao expressway. At the scene  the police  found a  Isuzu truck, license number 82-8966 Chonburi. Owned  by Tri Kunnatham Foundation, Chonburi. The  overturned truck had a blown back left tyre.  The driver  Mr  Prasarn, age 37 was injured and taken  to Bangpakong Hospital.Later the corpses were collected by  Tri Kunnatham   Foundation officers  and taken to the   to the cemetery.

Pol.Col. Terdkiet  Viriyasathitkul, superintendent of Bangpakong-Chachoenchao police said that the truck ha collected  the bodies from Siriraj Hospital. They were all victims of various accidents  in Bangkok Metropolitan area and been brought for identification to  Siriraj Hospital University Hospital

The superintendent Pol. Col. Terdkiet said he had investigated the accident  and the  corpses. Everything was according to the law. He also confirmed that the corpses were not those of the red shirt supporters as reported by some media.


It’s close to midnight
Something evil’s lurkin’in the dark
Under the moonlight
You see a sight that almost stops your heart
You try to scream
But terror takes the sound before you make it
You start to freeze
As horror looks you right between the eyes
You’re paralyzed

‘Cause this is thriller
Thriller night
And no one’s gonna save you
From the beast about to strike
You know it’s thriller
Thriller night
You’re fighting for your life
Inside a killer
Thriller tonight, yeah



August 27, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Getting injured in Thailand is not an uncommon thing. As you probably noticed, there are a lot of traffic accidents (as well as other types of accidents) throughout the country. Thailand lawyer are also aware of this; so there are legal statutes addressed at people that have been hurt (or for their families, in the case of death) from an accident. I’ve seen a lot of accidents in Thailand myself. Most that I’ve seen involve motorcycles. Most seem to involve people that have been drinking. Police should probably keep a better watch over this (drinking is a big problem in itself). Although helmets are easily available at almost every retail store in the country, many times (too often) the accident victims were not wearing a helmet at the time of their unfortunate accident, which frequently results in death or long-term disability. Everyone should definitely be careful and take all safety precautions whenever traveling in Thailand.

    Comment by Jay James (@JayJames326) | September 3, 2011 | Reply

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