A motorcyclist was eliminated when he neglected the barriers, lights and horns of the approaching train at a train crossing in East Pattaya.

A motorcyclist who neglected flashing lights and the roadway barrier at a train crossing in East Pattaya was eliminated by it.

The unknown 25-year-old was eliminated on effect with the train, which was taking a trip at 90 km/hr and took another half-kilometer to stop after the mishap behind Thamsamakee Temple about 10:30 p.m. Jan. 1.

His Vespa scooter was discovered squashed under the engine. Experience Tantub Matanon, 27, saw the cyclist drive around the barrier and, in spite of the train engineer blowing the horn, the motorcycle crossed the course and stopped working to evade the speeding engine.

Engineer Weerawat Worawong, 43, stated this was the 20 th time in his profession that trains have actually eliminated individuals who neglected security barriers, lights and horns.

Rescue employees cover the body of the unknown guy run over by an engine at a train crossing behind Thamsamakee Temple in East Pattaya.

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