Seven danger spots on highways
- Published: 28/12/2012 at 01:34 PM
- Online news:
Highway police on Friday warned motorists of the seven most dangerous spots on various highways across the country, where road accidents occur most frequently.
Motorists, heading to their hometown to celebrate the New Year festival, were advised to drive extra carefully when travelling along these dangerous stretches:
1) Kilometre markers No.77-78 on the Phahon Yothin highway at tambon Sanabtube in Ayutthaya’s Wang Noi district, which is a long sharp curve.
2) Kilometre markers No.27-30 on the Mitraphap highway at tambon Muak Lek in Saraburi’s Muak Lek district. This particular point is downhill with several sharp curves.
3) In front of the fish market at kilometre markers No.28-35 on the inbound Rama 2 highway in Samut Sakhon’s Muang district. The route there is very slippery because of mucilage dropping from fish trucks.
4) Kilometre markers No.42-48 on highway No.304 (Kabin Buri-Pakthongchai) at Nadee district of Prachin Buri. This part of the road is up and down with several sharp S-curves.
5) Kilometre markers No.76-79 on highway No.348 (Aranyaprathet-Non Din Daeng) in tambon Thapraj of Sa Kaeo’s Ta Phraya district, which is up and downhill, also with S-curves.
6) Kilometre markers No.40-41 on the outbound Mitraphap highway at tambon Klang Dong in Pak Chong district of Nakhon Ratchasima. There are many fruit and local products shops on the roadside on this part of the highway.
7) Kilometre markers No.35-38 on the inbound Mitraphap highway at tambon Klang Dong, which is a dangerous downhill route.
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