Second accident kills cyclist injured in 2015 drink driving case

Second accident kills cyclist injured in 2015 drink driving case

 

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Thai caption: Repeat accident

 

Sanook reported that Thais online from cycling groups in Chiang Mai were saying goodbye to a well know member of a bike club in the north who was killed on Sunday. 

 

Acting Sub-Lt Suraphon Tasingh, 60, was killed while cycling on the Chiang Mai - San Sai road in the early hours of Sunday morning.

 

He was a member of the "Tigers" of San Sai cycling group. 

 

Sanook reported that he was one of the people injured in 2015 when a drunk university student plowed into cyclists on the Chiang Mai to Doi Saket Road on May 3rd of that year. 

 

The student killed three people and injured two - one of them being Suraphon who had recovered from his injuries and was back in the saddle. 

 

Only to be killed in this second accident. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 
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