One hospitalized, another injured in early morning Phuket crash

PUBLISHED ON TUE, MAY 16, 2017 7:17 PM

One hospitalized, another injured in early morning Phuket crash

Kritsada Mueanhawong

 

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PHUKET:-- Two people were severely injured after their motorbike crashed into a pick-up truck on Patong Hill yesterday. 

A police car travelling behind the riders captured a video of the collision with a dash cam, which showed the motorbike speeding down the hill, crossing over into the oncoming traffic lane and colliding with the truck, which was travelling uphill toward Patong. 

The accident occurred at about 6:30am near the 'Patong City' sign. Kathu Police posted the video on their Facebook page.

 

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