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Singapore arrested after Porsche was killed by police officer in Krabi, SE Asia News & Top Stories



A singapore man was arrested and charged with the careless drive that caused the injury after a fast-moving copter in Krabi on Thursday (November 29th).

According to The Nation of Thailand, Simon Ong Chin Sim, 65, has speeded up in his Porsche when he lost control of the car.

The car turned and the left wheel was hit by a secret officer, senior Sergeant Major Suriya Chumduang, while removing traffic jams at a speed checkpoint at Phetkas Road in front of the 12th Forestry Management Office in Muang Krabi District.

The officer had hip and leg injuries, and was treated in Krabi Hospital, according to Chinese daily Lianhe Wanbao.

The nation reported that local authorities said five Porsche passengers had traveled from Phuket and had crossed the highway at the checkpoint. The first driver tried to slow down when the convoy went through the control point of the speed, and the other drivers behind were forced to brake abruptly.

The 65-year-old car was third of Porsche and is suspected of turning to the left to avoid hitting the car in front of him. However, he eventually managed to hit the cop.

It is believed that the Porsche Group from Porsche Club in Singapore was on a trip to Thailand, which began last Saturday (November 24th).

According to local authorities, Phetkasem Road, one of four major highways in Thailand, is where drivers often catch up for speeding.

The Straits Times addressed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for more information.


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