The Final Tally of Thailand’s “Seven Dangerous Days” Leaves 463 Dead, 3,791 Accidents and 3,892 People Injured

The most common cause of the accidents was drunk driving, resulting in 40.39% of the accidents, while speeding caused 28.30% of them. Motorcycles were involved in 76.94% of the accidents.

The Final Tally of Thailand’s “Seven Dangerous Days” Leaves 463 Dead, 3,791 Accidents and 3,892 People Injured

  CHIANG RAI – The final tally of road carnage from the Seven Dangerous Days from Dec 27 to Jan 2, 2019 was 3,791 traffic accidents, 463 deaths and 3,892 people injured. Deputy Interior Minister Sutee Markboon announced the figures saying the highest number of accidents, 118, was in Nakhon Si Thammarat province. The biggest […]