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Gruesome pictures of an accident in Phuket show the aftermath of a collision between a female motorcyclist and the rear of a pick-up truck.

The woman was impaled on the back bumper suffering severe injuries to her left leg and losing a lot of blood.

Rescue organisations used cutting equipment to get her free then she was rushed to Vachira Hospital Phuket.

These brief details of the accident were reported on the “Voice of the Phuket People” on Facebook.

WARNING: Shocking accident between motorcyclist and pick-up | News by The Thaiger

WARNING: Shocking accident between motorcyclist and pick-up | News by The Thaiger

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