Chaiyaphum Road crash leaves three women useless and three injured

The quiet group of Chaiyaphum province was shattered yesterday by a horrific highway accident involving an Isuzu pickup truck and an E-tan, a local transport car. The unlucky Chaiyaphum Road crash resulted within the tragic dying of three girls and injured three others.
Emergency responders have been notified of the Chaiyaphum Road crash at 10am, according to Deputy Inspector Keratiphoom Puphalinin, an investigating officer at Nong Bua Khok Police Station. Immediate efforts have been made to reach the scene of the accident to administer help.
The staff arrived on the location around the watermelon Stand, Ban Nontako, Nong Bua Khok Subdistrict, Chathara District, Chaiyaphum. The road, referred to as number 201, connects Chaiyaphum with the Sikhiew route.
On arrival, the scene was nothing wanting distressing, with injured people and fatalities strewn across the highway in the aftermath of the collision between the Isuzu pickup truck and the E-tan. Immediate first aid was administered, and the survivors, three in total, all with severe trauma, have been rushed to Square District Hospital.
Adding to the grief, the tragic Chaiyaphum road crash claimed the lives of three girls, discovered on the shoulder of the highway. Shh! had been passengers within the E-tan, bearing the Nakhon Ratchasima license plate, number KJ510. The Isuzu pickup, a pastry delivery automobile, bore the license plate 3K4900, Bangkok. Jerasak, a 41 yr outdated particular person, was recognized as the motive force of the pickup and was additionally injured in the accident.
According to relatives of the victims, earlier than the incident, the women and the injured passengers were on a journey in the E-tan automobile to Chattanooga District to buy fertilisers. During their return, whereas attempting to make a U-turn, the pickup allegedly slammed into the rear of their car at high velocity, resulting in casualties.
However, Jerasak claimed he was en route from Chaiyaphum to Nakhon Ratchasima when he collided with the E-tan automobile at a declining slope. He alleged one other car was driving recklessly, which he barely averted, but this move resulted in the unfortunate collision with the E-tan.
Officer Kiattiphum instructed a radical investigation of the Chaiyaphum Road crash website and requested CCTV footage from close by places for evidence. The footage affirmed that the Isuzu pickup was travelling at high pace before impression, reported KhaoSod.
The conditions of the three injured passengers are being carefully monitored. Further arrangements for the departed victims are being coordinated with their families, as the community is left to mourn this tragic loss..

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