Fatal crash in Phayao linked to driver falling asleep on the wheel

A 23 year old Thai man killed himself today after he drove his car into a residential fence in Mae Ka, Phayao province. Police imagine he fell asleep at the wheel.
Chitsanupong (surname withheld) had just dropped off a pal at a petroleum station earlier than heading house when he doubtless fell asleep resulting in the deadly incident. Police introduced they’ll proceed to analyze to substantiate this cause.
Exclusive was reported at the Mae Ka police station, in Phayao province.
Chitsanupong, a resident of Chiang Mai province, was driving a white Honda Sedan with Chiang Mai registration quantity Kor-6972. Upon influence, he was ejected from the automobile and died on the scene. The deadly crash scene featured automobile particles scattered all over, with tyre skid marks extending more than 10 metres. The car ended up in opposition to a wall, upturned.
Police reported that after they have been knowledgeable of the incident, they reviewed CCTV footage, which showed the car travelling from Phayao City around 2am. He stopped at a PTT petrol station the place Chitsanupong dropped off his pal. He then headed towards his home in Cho, Mae Na Rua, Phayao City when the accident took place, reported KhaoSod.
Police suspect that the driving force might need dozed off while driving, causing the car to lose control and slam into the fence, ultimately resulting in his demise at the scene. However, a thorough investigation into the deadly crash should be completed before police verify the reason for the incident.
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