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Russian tourist dies after being hit by motorbike in Pattaya

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A 35 year old Russian tourist has been knocked over near the bridge leading to the Bali Hai port in South Pattaya on Saturday night. Meanwhile, two Kuwaiti nationals were in Bangkok Pattaya and Pattaya Memorial hospitals with multiple fractures and other injuries following the apparent collision. Pattaya media report that they were part of a gang of ten middle eastern men on motorcycles racing around the streets of Pattaya.

Ruk Siam News have identified the woman as Anna Ksina.

The Run Siam video shows a crowd of passers-by watching as Sawang Boriboon Foundation officers give her CPR before being taken to hospital. She was pronounced dead when she arrived.

SOURCE: Ruk Siam News

แก๊งชาวอาหรับซิ่งจักรยานยนต์นับสิบคันชนนักท่องเที่ยวขณะเดินข้ามถนนดับคาที่ เมื่อเวลา00.30.น.วันที่ 15 มิ.ย.62 ผู้สื่อข่าวได้รับรายงานจากทางศูนย์วิทยุ สภ.เมืองพัทยา ว่าได้มีรถจักรยานยนต์เกิดอุบัติเหตุชนคนเดินเท้าจนได้รับบาดเจ็บอาการสาหัสเป็นนักท่องเที่ยว เหตุเกิดบริเวณถนนสายทัพยา ก่อนจะถึงใต้สพานต่างระดับ แหลมบาลีฮาย พัทยาใต้ ต.หนองปรือ อ.บางละมุง ต.ชลบุรี หลังได้รับแจ้งแล้วได้รีบเดินทางไปตรวจสอบบริเวณจุดที่เกิดเหตุ พบนักท่องเที่ยวเป็นหญิงชาวรัสเซีนทราบชื่อMiss.ANNA KSlNA อายุ 35 ปีสัญชาติรัสเซีย นอนจมกองเลือดแน่นิ่ง อยู่ในอาการสาหัส และได้มีมูลนิธิสว่างบริบูรณ์ ธรรมสถานเมืองพัทยา กําลังช่วยกันปั้มหัวใจนักท่องเที่ยวสาวชาวรัสเซียในเบื้องต้น จนกระทั้งรถโรงพยายาลเมืองพัทยามาถึงที่เกิดเหตุ จากนั้นจึงได้รีบนําร่างส่งโรงพยาบาลเป็นการเร่งด่วนแต่สุดท้ายทนพิษบาดแผลไม่ไหวเสียชีวิตในเวลาต่อมา ส่วนผู้ได้รับบาดเจ็บอีก2 คน เป็นชายคาดว่าเป็นชาวคูเวตไม่ทราบชื่อได้รักษาตัวอยู่ไนโรงพยาบาลกรุงเทพพัทยา1คนโรงพยาบาลพัทยาเมโมเรียล1คน ทั้งคู่อยู่ในอาการสาหัส แขนขาหักอีกคนหัวกระโหลกเปิดแต่ในที่เกิดเหตุพบรถยนต์เก๋งยี่ห้อโตโยต้าสีบอลหมายเลขทะเบียนขข-3613 ระยอง ได้รับความเสียหายบริเวณท้ายรถจํานวนมาก และยังพบรถจักรยานยนต์ยี่ห้อฮอนด้าขนาดใหญ่ 650 ซีซีบี สีดํา หมายเลขทะเบียน 5744 กรุงเทพมหานคร เสียบคาท้ายรถยนต์เก๋งได้รับความเสียหาย ซึ่งรถจักรยายนต์คันดังกล่าวซึ่งคนขับเป็นชาวอาหรับโดยทั้งคู่ซ้อนท้ายมาด้วยกันแต่ยังไม่ทราบว่าใครเป็นคนขับ ส่วนสาเหตุนั้นในเบื้องต้นทราบว่า ผู้เสียชีวิตเป็นชาวรัสเซียขณะกําลังเดินข้ามถนน ได้มีกลุ่มแว้นชาวอาหรับนับสิบคันขับมาด้วยความเร็วมุ่งหน้าใต้สะพานต่างระดับพัทยาใต้ จนทําให้รถจักรยานยนต์คันดังกล่าวพุ่งชนผู้เสียชีวิตจนกระเด็น ส่วนรถจักรยานยนต์ที่มีชาวอาหรับเป็นผู้ขับขี่แถลเข้าไปชนท้ายรถยนต์เก๋งที่จอดข้างทางจนได้รับความเสียหาย จนกระทั้งเวลาผ่านไปนับชั่วโมงทางเจ้าของคดีพึ่งเดินทางไปถึงที่เกิดเหตุ ก่อนที่ทางมูลนิธิสว่างบริบูรณ์ นําคนเจ็บทั้ง3 ส่งโรงพยาบาลเป็นที่เรียบร้อยแล้ว แต่ทางผู้สื่อข่าวทราบว่ากระเป๋าของผู้เสียชีวิตได้หายไปโดยไม่ทราบว่าใครเป็นคนเอาไปเหลือแต่สายกระเป๋าแต่ยังไม่ทราบว่าทรัพย์สินภายในกระเป๋าที่หายไปมีอะไรบ้างอย่างไรก็ตามต้องฝากให้ทางเจ้าหน้าที่ตํารวจช่วยตรวจสอบกล้องวงจรปิดหาไอ้พวกมือดีฉวยโอกาสขโมยของของผู้อื่น และช่วยติดตามจับกุมมาดําเนินคดีตามกฏหมายให้ได้..

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Pattaya fisherman surprised by friendly whale shark visit

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PHOTO: A friendly whale shark approved a surprised fisherman this week in Pattaya. (via Facebook ไม่หยุดอยู่นิ่ง นาเกลือ)

A local Pattaya fisherman had a shocking surprise visitor and was conscious enough to record a video to share with the world. The man, a fisherman for 10 years, posted 2 videos to Facebook on Wednesday of what appears to be a friendly whale shark casually visiting his fishing boat. Sightings in Pattaya of the majestic sea creature are relatively rare.

Whale sharks are the largest known fish species still living on Earth. They average from 5.5 to 10 metres in length, but the largest shark ever confirmed had a length of 18.8 metres.

The man, who goes by Mai Yud Yoo Ning Naklua (ไม่หยุดอยู่นิ่ง นาเกลือ) was sailing near Pai Island when the shark approached. The shark spent several minutes floating just inches from the boat and could be seen with shark suckers flanking it. The whale shark swam around the back of the boat and the man was able to capture a 3-minute video of the shark and another 49-second video where he can be seen getting up close and personal with the sea creature as it surfaced.

The Facebook video can be viewed on his original post, seen here. The man’s post showed his excitement, as he described that it was his first time experiencing this in his 10 years on a fishing boat.

“This is my first time seeing a whale shark. I have been a fisherman for ten years and have heard many stories but this is my first opportunity to see one and share it with the world.”

Locals in the Koh Larn area believe the appearance of this friendly fish is a sign that the environment is thriving. Covid-19 has prevented the throngs of tourists that normally flood the area, and with the reduction in traffic and boats churning the water, marine life such as whale sharks can safely return. In the waters off the coast of Pattaya, it appears that nature is healing.

SOURCE: The Pattaya News

 

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Pattaya fishing boat capsized in storm, 2 crew rescued, 2 missing

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FILE PHOTO: A Thai fishing boat capsized with 2 crewmembers rescued and 2 still missing at sea. (via Snappy Goat)

2 members of a fishing boat crew are still missing after a strong storm that capsized their boat off the Pattaya coast. Yesterday morning 2 people on board the boat were rescued after it was flipped in the high waves but confirmed that 2 more crew were aboard the ship and have not been found. The accident took place off Nongprue near the island of Pai.

The unnamed boat captain and another crew member were picked up by another local fishing boat in the area, but they were reported to have spent quite a while in the open water first, clinging to debris to stay afloat about 1.6 kilometres from the shore. The two crew members missing in the storm were a 60 year old man and a 31 year old man.

The captain of the boat that rescued the 2 men recalled rough waters and torrential downpours with a huge wave that capsized the fishing boat. He found the men shouting for help, holding on for dear life to big empty water jugs floating on the sea surface.

The Royal Thai Navy was contacted about the capsizing yesterday morning and naval officers searched all day for the 2 missing crew members without any luck. They continued the search this morning.

About 50 kilometres away, Rayong saw a similar tragedy in the same heavy storm, while rains pounded many parts of Thailand. A fishing boat there was also capsized in the storm with one crew member rescued. A second crewman was later found dead and a third is still lost at sea as rescue workers search.

Chon Buri has been particularly hard hit in the recent stormy weather in Thailand with high wind alerts and heavy rain. The Thai Meteorological Department is forecasting many more storms to come and is advising all local fishermen on small fishing boats to stay on land, especially overnight when the storms have been intensifying.

SOURCE: The Pattaya News

 

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Owner of 2 unsupervised pit bulls warned by mayor

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FILE PHOTO: 2 pit bulls wandering unsupervised spark debate about strays in Pattaya

An unidentified owner of two pit bulls who reportedly allows them to wander freely near a public beach in the Bangsaen area of Pattaya has received a warning from Sane Suk Mayor Narongchai “Tui” Khunplome. making statements through his public relations accounts on social media and in local news outlets, the mayor stated that he had received multiple complaints from residents about the two pit bulls wandering around. They feared for the safety of the children and elderly people in the area, wanting to avoid attacks after the recent death of a pit bull owner who was mauled to death by his own pet. Residents also mentioned the possibility of a car or motorbike crash injuring or killing the pit bulls and possibly people.

The dogs were originally thought to be strays but were later determined to have an owner who allows them to wander freely, unaccompanied by a leash or any supervision. Local law forbids pets to be in public without an owner and also requires that owners clean up any droppings that their pets leave.

The owner of these pit bulls was singled out but not name publicly. The dogs were not reported to have attacked anyone or been aggressive in any way and the majority of complaints were just concerned citizens. The mayor’s post on social media garnered 900 responses both for and against the wandering pit bulls and received more than 7000 likes.

Stray animals are a common problem in Thailand and around the Pattaya area. It is feared that the Covid-19 pandemic created more abandoned animals as people moved out of Chon Buri. Many strays have settled into areas vacated by tourists, and several areas around Pattaya are dealing with the surge in stray animals, especially Banglamung.

It is against Thailand’s religious and cultural beliefs to put down strays, but there’s a lot of debate over a solution. Soi Dog Foundation advocates for spaying or neutering animals and also vaccinating them before releasing them back into their natural habitat. This avoids animal shelters where conditions can become inhumane due to overcrowding, and also may prevent more aggressive dogs from claiming local territories. It is agreed that aggressive dogs should be removed from the public.

SOURCE: The Pattaya News

 

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