Man hit, killed by pick-up in Kalasin

Man hit, killed by pick-up in Kalasin

A pick-up truck is damaged after it hit a man in Yang Talat district of Kalasin provice on Sunday. (Photo by Yongyuth Phuphuangpet)
A pick-up truck is damaged after it hit a man in Yang Talat district of Kalasin provice on Sunday. (Photo by Yongyuth Phuphuangpet)

KALASIN: An unidentified man was killed after being hit by a loaded pick-up truck while crossing a road in Yang Talat district of this northeastern province early on Sunday, police said.

Pol Capt Udomsilp Nachainak, a Yang Talat police duty officer, said the incident occurred at about 2.30am in front of Lampao Withayakhom School in tambon Don Sombun on Kalasin-Yang Talat road.

The pick-up driver told police that the man crossed the road in front of his vehicle so suddenly that he could not stop. The man was hit and killed instantly. The impact threw his body onto the roof of the pick-up. He was yet to be identified as no documents were found on him.

Police were investigating to establish the cause of the accident for possible legal action.



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