Devastating Rayong motorcycle accident takes younger boy’s life

A 12 12 months outdated boy’s life was reduce brief when his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck in a violent road accident. The heart-wrenching scene transpired in the Rayong province at around 1.10am this morning, shocking the serene local township of Ban Chang.
Upon arrival, police officials observed a horrific sight on Ban Chang-Phala Road. The lifeless physique of the boy clad in a navy-blue shirt lay in a pool of blood, his type distorted, torso twisted, a single shoe left behind at the scene.
Nearby, the boy’s utterly wrecked motorcycle with a Rayong license plate was crushed virtually beyond recognition. The pressure of the influence had pushed parts of his car right into a bronze-coloured Bangkok-registered Toyota Vigo pickup truck.
Present at the scene wanting visibly rattled and teary-eyed was 50 year previous Mongkol, the owner of the pickup truck. He relayed that he, along along with his household of three, had been on a fishing journey at Phala Beach. They have been simply returning home to Huai Mahat when the boy’s motorbike swerved into his lane and hit his car.
In a tormented state of grief, the young boy’s sister recognized his motorbike registration at the scene. Unable to include her feelings, she wept inconsolably, the bystanders consoling and comforting her. Upon breaking the tragic news to her parents, she unveiled that her deceased brother was visually impaired.
The boy’s grieving mother sobbed on reaching the location and seeing the horrifying sight.
“I always advised him not to exit late at night. He used to sneak out to play and by no means listened. I locked the door twice while going to mattress; don’t know when he slipped out.”

With grief apparent in her tear-stricken face, the sight of her son being coated by a blanket from the emergency personnel led her to ask questions out loud.
“Did it harm a lot, son?”

Eye-witness Somai, a 58 yr outdated scrap collector, recounted the tragic incident. While he was biking towards Phala Beach, the victim’s noisy two-wheeler passed him. Suddenly, he heard a loud bang as the boy’s motorbike hit the lethal collision.
A 29 yr old witness recounted selecting up the pieces right after the crash and awaiting the arrival of the police. A friend of the deceased, upon stumbling throughout the surprising road accident scene, recognised his mate’s bike registration and was inconsolable.
Key gathered the evidence and witness statements about the tragic incident, signalling a thorough investigation, followed by appropriate legal proceedings.
The 12 12 months old’s demise was mere hours after one other younger boy, this one 14 years outdated, died after being thrown from his motorcycle in a crash off a bridge and into the river under..

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