Bus crash on Patong Hill takes out 12 other vehicles, passengers in bus shaken

Bus crash on Patong Hill takes out 12 other vehicles, passengers in bus shaken

By Kritsada Mueanhawong

 

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The tour bus accident on Patong yesterday afternoon, the third such incident in the same spot within 24 hours, has caused three injuries and with vehicles damaged as the bus careered down the hill, out of control. There were 10 tourists on the bus who were shaken by the incident but unharmed.

 

The Patong Police heard about the incident, adjacent to the Suwankeereewong Temple (Wat Patong) on Phra Baramee Road, the bottom of Patong Hill, just after 3.30pm yesterday.

 

Police and Kusoldharm rescue workers arrived to find damaged vehicles including a tour bus, passenger vans, trucks, cars and pickups – a total of 12 vehicles.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/phuket/bus-crash-on-patong-hill-takes-out-12-other-vehicles-passengers-in-bus-shaken

 

 

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