A Thai motorcyclist who was talking on the phone with his girlfriend while driving tragically crashed into the rear of a parked sedan on the side of a road and died.
The victim, Mr. Chavanin Treesakorn, 30, was found on Road No. 331 inbound to the Sattahip district in the Banglamung district of Pattaya Thursday evening, March 30th. The man succumbed to his serious injuries despite Sawang Boriboon rescuers’ attempts at reviving him.
Chavanin was found beside his demolished Honda Click and a white sedan with a damaged rear. The Pattaya News team asked a witness and sedan driver, whose name was held at their request, who first spotted the victim and was told that he was using his front lights because the road was very dark.
The witness then saw a human body lying on the road, so he stopped his car and quickly notified the police and rescue teams for assistance.
Later on, the victim’s girlfriend who asked to keep her name confidential arrived at the accident scene. She expressed her sorrow and told rescuers that she was talking with her boyfriend on the phone while he was traveling to his home in the Phlu Ta Luang area.
The woman said she heard a loud noise and her boyfriend suddenly went silent. She tried to call his name, but the victim did not answer.
Ultimately, the witness picked up the phone and told her that her boyfriend had crashed into a car and passed away.
Rescuers transported the man’s body to Banglamung Hospital for religious rites.
It was unclear who the owner of the parked sedan was or why it was parked in that location and Pattaya police were looking into the matter.
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