Truck driver charged as woman crushed under wheels in Wichit

Truck driver charged as woman crushed under wheels in Wichit

By Tanyaluk Sakoot

 

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Image: CCTV / supplied

 

PHUKET: A truck driver has been charged with reckless driving causing death after a woman riding a motorbike was crushed under the wheels of the truck he was driving at a busy intersection in Wichit yesterday (Aug 8).

 

Wichit Police Chief Col Nikorn Somsuk confirmed to The Phuket News that the accident occurred at the intersection of Thepanusorn Rd and Chao Fa East Rd at 2:20pm.

 

Truck driver Aphichart Sripan, 32, from Krabi, stopped at the traffic lights, and Supanee Ngakajornkulkit, 57, rode her motorbike to in front of the truck to wait for the lights, Col Nikorn explained.


Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/truck-driver-charged-as-woman-crushed-under-wheels-in-wichit-72455.php#FIUU8GBii1Oke4qZ.99 

 

 

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