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Indian killed in Bangkok car crash

An Indian man was killed and two others were injured on Saturday after the car they were travelling in ran off a slippery road and struck a tree in Thailand’s Nong Hong district

india Updated: Jun 03, 2017 21:34 IST
The car was on its way to Nong Ki district of Buri Ram when the 28-year-old Indian driver failed to negotiate the curve and the car skidded off the road and hit a tree.
The car was on its way to Nong Ki district of Buri Ram when the 28-year-old Indian driver failed to negotiate the curve and the car skidded off the road and hit a tree.(Twitter Photo)

An Indian man was killed and two others were injured on Saturday after the car they were travelling in ran off a slippery road and struck a tree in Thailand’s Nong Hong district.

The car was on its way to Nong Ki district of Buri Ram when the 28-year-old Indian driver failed to negotiate the curve and the car skidded off the road and hit a tree, the Bangkok Post reported.

The driver was found dead inside the vehicle while two other Indian men, aged 32 and 22, were hurt, police said.

Their names were withheld pending notification to their families, police said.

Police said the Indian driver might not have been familiar with the route. They are investigating further to find the cause of the crash.