Miracle on wheels: Pregnant nurse escapes motorcycle collision with automobile at Thai petrol station

A pregnant nurse riding a pillion on a motorbike narrowly survived with her life after a collision with a automobile at a petrol station in south central Thailand. Two people were injured because the motorbike reportedly counter-flowed and subsequently couldn’t keep away from the automotive turning into the station.
Deputy Inspector Warayuth Jenwichumet of Chachoengsao‘s rescue unit at present investigated the incident at a gasoline station in Bangpakong. At Deadline were Samart Intasongkroh, the 60 12 months previous driver of a black Honda Wave motorbike, and Pissamai, a 36 12 months outdated five months pregnant nurse. The two had fallen on the road after the collision.
Emergency therapy was given on the website before they were transported to Chularat 11 Hospital. Nearby, a Toyota sedan with damage on the left front facet was found, with its unhurt forty 12 months previous driver, Suwann, reported KhaoSod.
Upon further investigation, Suwann reported that he was about to fill his car with petrol when Samart’s motorbike, which was ridden towards site visitors at speed, suddenly appeared. He couldn’t brake in time, resulting in a collision that led to Samart and Pissamai’s fall.
Samart recounted that he had just picked up Pissamai from her workplace and was taking her house along the counter-flowing route. He stated that he didn’t foresee a automotive turning into the petrol station and thus couldn’t evade in time when the accident occurred.
Three weeks ago, a tragic incident claimed the life of Thai sub-Lieutenant Anawat Phongerd, a young policeman from the Metropolitan Police’s Naval Unit, who collided with a taxi when chasing a suspect on his motorcycle..

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