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Norwegian Dies in Bus accident in North of Thailand

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The accident occurred between kilometre markers 28-29 in tambon Phawo of Mae Sot district.

 

MAE SOT – Four passengers have been killed and more than 30 others injured when a Bangkok-bound tour bus from Tak’s Mae Sot district overturned on the Mae Sot-Tak highway on 11 December 2012, police said. Among the four casualties were two foreigners; a Norwegian man, aged about 40 and a Burmese worker.

Pol Lt-Col Boonsri Homnan, the duty officer of Phawo police station, said the accident occurred between kilometre markers 28-29 in tambon Phawo of Mae Sot district. The air-conditioned bus is operated by the state Transport Company.

Four passengers, two of them foreigners, died on the spot.  They were a Norwegian tourist, aged about 40, and a worker holding a Myanmar passport, and a Thai man and a Thai woman.  Their names were not reported.

More than 30 passengers were injured, 10 of them seriously, Pol Lt-Col Boonsri said. They were admitted to hospitals.

Roughly half of the passengers were foreign tourists returning to Bangkok from a long weekend tour to Mae Sot.

One passenger said the bus was negotiating a sharp curve at high speed when the accident happened. Police said accidentally occur frequently at the same curve. The accident caused a traffic jam on the highway

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