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A tragic incident unfolded on February 16, when a Chevrolet Captiva sped via a police checkpoint on Rama 4 Road, hanging and fatally injuring a traffic police officer earlier than fleeing the scene. The driver, later apprehended by police, was discovered to have a blood alcohol focus of 187 milligrammes %, far exceeding the authorized restrict.

On the evening of February 16, traffic police had been conducting routine alcohol checks on Rama 4 Road. Amidst their duties, a white Chevrolet Captiva approached at excessive pace. Regardless of alerts from the officers to cease for inspection, the car accelerated, hanging Sub-Lieutenant Nattapong Kaennakham, a member of the Traffic Police Division 5, who was performing a verify. The influence brought about extreme accidents to the officer, reported Sanook.

The driver of the Chevrolet didn’t cease to render assist and continued to flee the scene. Nevertheless, their escape was short-lived as police swiftly cornered and apprehended the person roughly 150 metres from the location of the accident, close to the mouth of Plook Chit Lane on Rama 4 Road. Following the apprehension, the driver underwent a breathalyser check, which revealed a blood alcohol degree of 187 milligrams %.

Sub-Lieutenant Nattapong tragically succumbed to his accidents and handed away following the crash. In the meantime, the driver faces a number of costs, together with driving drunk ensuing in grievous bodily hurt to others, failing to cease and provide help or establish themselves to officers after inflicting damage and harm, resisting and obstructing officers, driving recklessly inflicting harm to different’s property, and assault on an officer performing their responsibility. The suspect was taken into custody for additional investigation and authorized proceedings.

In associated information, a 13 12 months outdated Thai volunteer rescuer tragically died on responsibility in a multi-vehicle accident, the results of a collision attributable to a drunk driver in Nonthaburi province, close to Bangkok.

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