Video: Woman driver "definitely to blame" after death of TV host and store manager in Chiang Mai

Video: Woman driver "definitely to blame" after death of TV host and store manager in Chiang Mai

 

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CCTV footage showed the accident that claimed the lives of 28 year old TV host and stylist Jatuphat "Centimeter" Khemnak and "Next to Normal" store manager Supakit Kerdsam, 30. 

 

Police said the driver of the black Toyota - earlier named as 25 year old Wichitra Pukboonreuang - was definitely at fault, reported Workpoint News.

 

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Picture: Workpoint TV

 

She was going straight on when she should have turned, said the cops. 

 

She has been charged with negligent driving causing death and damage. 

 

The CCTV footage showed the CRV cut across the Toyota and end up in the Cholaprathan Klong. 

 

The video offered condolences to the families of the two men. 

 

Source: Workpoint TV

 
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