A woman was injured late Wednesday evening when her vehicle dropped from the 8th floor of a car park of a condominium, police state.
The police station in Wat Prayakrai was alerted 11pm on Wednesday night that a vehicle on Rama III road had plummeted from the nine-floor car park building of the Rama 3 Residence condo. The car operator was identified as 40-year-old Rungthip Thongchanreed. When police and rescuers arrived on the scene, they discovered Thongchanreed in the flipped-over sedan unconscious with all the airbags deployed.
She was hurried to the Charoenkrung Pracharak Hospital and recaptured consciousness there. Physicians stressed she is now in a stable condition. Police explained her car struck hit the 50-cm-high concrete wall that toppled, damaging below four motorcycles. Tire marks revealed that the brakes had been used in the parking structure where her vehicle hit the wall. Police presume Thongchanreed was reversing to park but inadvertently hit the wall.
Nopparat Weksungnone, a condo resident, claimed he heard a loud noise at 11pm and stepped out on his balcony to check. He spotted the car, phoned police and scurried down to assist the woman. On Thursday, Wat Phayakrai superintendant Pol Lt Colonel Chakkrawuth Khlai-nin explained that Rungthip was recovering from the non-threatening injuries, thanks to the fact that she was strapped in the seat belt when the accident took placed. She wasn’t smacked yet with any criminal charge(s) while law enforcement’s probe thus far unearthed two witnesses – a Samaritan who aided the woman and a security guard.
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