Patong minivan crash injures four tourists and a driver

A Patong minivan crash injured 4 tourists and a driver. The crash occurred when one minivan transporting overseas vacationers crashed into one other one on the highway connecting Patong Beach and Kamala in Phuket. The accident occurred on Phra Baramee Road yesterday, at 11.35am.
According to MGR Online, the accident occurred when one minivan drove out of its lane and collided with the opposite. The van that drove out of its lane was coming from the Kamala sub-district to Patong Beach, and carrying seven tourists. The van’s driver injured his leg, and four tourists in his van were additionally injured. Rescuers had to minimize off the driver’s door to get him out of the van. All injured people have been taken to Patong Hospital.
The van that the primary minivan hit had been carrying two tourists and was heading toward Phuket International Airport. Luckily, no one on this van was injured.
The authorities coordinated a model new car to pick up the vacationers who had been heading to the airport, and they have been capable of travel back to their nation safely.
The crash occurred simply hours after another crash on Phra Baramee Road yesterday.
At round 5am, a tour bus crashed into a power pole on Patong Hill, with the driver suffering serious accidents to his leg. The bus slammed into an influence pole on the ultimate curve heading into Patong. The bus driver, 37 yr previous Prayoon Nayao, had severe leg injuries, with bone protruding. The rescuers gave him first help earlier than speeding him to Patong Hospital.
The Thailand Road Safety Committee (ThaiRSC) reported in January that as many as 939,713 road accidents were reported in Thailand last year, up 4.7% from 2021. Astonishing killed 14,737 individuals, and injured 924,799 last year, ThaiRSC said. The committee reported that 536 deaths and seven,885 injuries had been amongst foreigners.
Meanwhile, the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department’s Road Safety Centre reported 2,440 highway accidents during the annual “7 dangerous days” (December 29 to January 4) when individuals head to their hometowns to mark the model new year..

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