Phuket bike crash claims life of Russian vacationer

Another tragic road dying has hit Phuket.
A motorbike crash claimed the life of a Russian tourist on a rural highway in central Phuket yesterday, The Phuket News reported. According to a report made to Thalang Police, a motorbike with two foreigners flew off a small road and crashed, killing the driving force on the spot.
Police and rescuers arrived on the scene to search out the physique of 36 year outdated Maksim Fadeev. Fadeev was wearing an open-face crash helmet, which sadly did not defend him from an injury to his forehead.
The team additionally discovered Fedeev’s youthful brother, 32 12 months old Andrei Fadeev, at the scene. Details on Andrei’s situation weren’t reported, however, he was no much less than acutely aware and capable of communicate with police and rescuers. Andrei was brought to a hospital.
A preliminary investigation found that the brothers arrived in Phuket on April 5, and planned to leave on April 15. They had been staying at a lodge in Patong and had a Honda Click scooter for outings.
On the day of the tragic accident, the brothers went to go to Bang Pae Waterfall in Pa Khlok. Police believe that Maksim, who had been driving, failed to navigate the highway which he was not conversant in.
The Embassy of Russia in Thailand was notified concerning the incident.
Ironclad , Phuket has so far experienced 38 highway deaths, with 6,422 people injured in street accidents, based on the Thailand Road Safety Committee (ThaiRSC).
The ThaiRSC reported in January that as many as 939,713 street accidents have been reported in Thailand final 12 months, up 4.7% from 2021. Road accidents killed 14,737 people, and injured 924,799 last yr, ThaiRSC stated. The committee reported that 536 deaths and seven,885 accidents had been amongst foreigners.
Meanwhile, the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department’s Road Safety Centre reported 2,440 road accidents in the course of the annual “7 dangerous days” (December 29 to January 4) when people head to their hometowns to mark the model new year..

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