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The owner of a Bang Saen water park was decapitated as a mobile crane ploughed into traffic waiting at red lights at a Sri Racha intersection.
His wife, following in a car, was knocked unconscious. She came round moments later to realize that her husband was dead.
The crane driver is being hunted by police after fleeing the devastation, reports Daily News.
The accident happened as several cars and bikes were waiting at a red light at the Mae Kim Buay intersection in Sri Racha, Chonburi. Theerawan was dragged under the crane as he sat waiting on his Keeway Superlight 200.
He was found with his head detached from his neck.
His wife Patsara Noppasitporn, 40, said she was driving behind in a car after the couple had been on a trip together to Rayong. She was knocked unconscious from the impact and when she came round she saw that her husband was dead.
Four other vehicles were damaged and three more people were injured and sent to hospital.
Police said that the driver of the crane escaped in the confusion and they are seeking him. They think that the brakes failed on the crane.
Daily News reported that Theerawan opened his water park earlier this year and it is in the process of expansion from 4 rai to six rai of land in the Bang Saen area. It is 100% Thai owned, they said.