"Miracle escape" for pick-up driver as tree crushes pick-up in northern Thailand
Picture: Daily News
A driver of a Toyota Mighty X pick-up had what Daily News called a miracle escape when a huge tree fell on the vehicle on Wednesday afternoon.
The media said it was amazing that the driver was not killed - the person was not even injured at all.
The tree fell on the Sailee - Kenkor Road in the Mae Ping national park in Lamphun.
Authorities cut up the tree that was blocking the entire road for some time.
Picture: Daily News
The story came from "Sai Khao Jit Asa" a news and volunteer site on Facebook.
Thaivisa notes that the number of the vehicle was 9479....for lottery purposes.
Source: Daily News
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