Teen dies in tragic motorcycle crash in Chachoengsao

Picture courtesy of KhaoSod

A 14 year old girl tragically lost her life in a motorcycle accident after colliding with a pickup truck. The accident occurred while she was on her way to pick up her younger sibling from school.

Yesterday, June 11, Police Colonel Preecha Nisaisom, Superintendent of Plaeng Yao Police Station in Chachoengsao Province, along with Police Lieutenant Colonel Teera Senthong, an investigation officer, led a team to inspect a fatal motorcycle accident. The incident took place on Plaeng Yao Road in Ban Nong Prue Mai Kaeo, Village No. 6, Wang Yen Subdistrict, Plang Yao District, Chachoengsao Province.

At the scene, police discovered the body of 14 year old Thananya. Nearby, they found a dark green Isuzu pickup truck with the license plate บง 3261 Chachoengsao, bearing front-end damage and a broken headlamp. About 10 metres away was a black Honda motorcycle with the license plate 3กส ชลบุรี 4999, showing severe front-end distortion.

The 65 year old driver of the pickup truck reported that he had been transporting cassava from his farm when he saw a group of male and female students riding motorcycles side by side. The young girl lost control of her motorcycle, swerved into his lane, and collided with his vehicle, resulting in her immediate death.

Locals confirmed the driver’s account of the incident. The family of the deceased soon arrived at the scene. It was revealed that the girl was a secondary school student in Plaeng Yao District and was on her way to pick up her younger sister, who is an elementary student at another school, to take her home.

Reporters noted that after Pol. Col. Preecha instructed Pol. Lt. Col. Teera to document the evidence at the scene, the Phanom Plaeng Yao rescue volunteers prepared to transport the deceased’s body to the hospital. The girl’s mother, grandmother, and younger sister were visibly distraught and wept uncontrollably. The mother tenderly covered her daughter’s eyes before the officials moved the body, reported KhaoSod.

The investigation team then transferred the vehicles involved in the accident to Plaeng Yao Police Station and planned to summon both parties to the station to proceed with the legal process.

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