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Rescue service of the highway department in Sri Racha mistakenly forgets to remove the remains from a crashed car

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Where work is done, chips fall, this was also the case with the rescue service of the highway department in Sri Racha, the gentlemen in their zeal forgot to recover the body of a victim. Police noted that the deceased man had been unattended in the wreckage for 12 hours.

The police had no choice but to call the Sawang Prateep emergency service again, this time requesting that they retrieve the body of a car accident victim, who they said had forgotten to bring on August 9. to take

The remains belonged to Pattarachai Attaporn, who died after his white Nissan sedan flipped over on Highway 7 toward Pattaya. At that time, the rescuers who responded to the accident and took the car to the Khao Kheow High Way Patrol Station were

A highway official who discovered the body said he found the body in the driver’s seat, so he called Sawang Prateep rescue workers to take it to Laem Chabang Hospital. He also said the rescue workers on the highway in Sri Racha had said nothing about the body and just left the car wreckage on the highway police compound.

Teeraphong Supaya, the rescue worker responsible for collecting the body, said the victim was likely left in the car for 12 hours. He wasn’t sure who or if anyone would be held responsible for leaving the body in the vehicle.

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