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29 Y.O S’POREAN KILLED IN PHUKET AFTER HIS MOTORCYCLE CRASHED INTO 6-WHEELER TRUCK

A 29-year-old Singaporean man was killed after crashing his motorcycle into a 6-wheeler truck in Phuket, Thailand on 3 November, according to The Bangkok Post.

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His female pillion rider, 29-year-old Natalie Snghui Yi, suffered internal bleeding. The man’s identity has been withheld until his next of kin(s) have been notified about his passing.

The accident happened at the Kathu district on 3 November at about 11.45am, on a “hilly road” that’s at the Ayara Hotel curve in Tambon Kamala.

A red motorcycle was found by the police lying in front of the 6-wheel truck with a Phuket license plate.

The truck driver told the authorities that the motorcyclist was riding in the opposite lane when he lost control of the curve, before crashing into his truck.

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The motorcyclist was killed instantly.

The deceased and the injured pillion rider were both sent to Patong Hospital, and police investigations into the incident are ongoing.

The Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that they are in contact with the local authorities and will render consular support to the affected Singaporeans’ families.

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