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A bus has crashed in Nakhon Ratchasima province early this morning after its driver had reportedly dozed off behind the wheel.

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A bus has crashed in Nakhon Ratchasima province early this morning after its driver had reportedly dozed off behind the wheel. | Samui Times
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The driver, who was later identified as Mr. Pirom Luang-Ei, 59, died at the scene. Many passengers also suffered injuries, but no additional death has been reported so far.
Rescue workers spent more than 30 minutes at the scene to retrieve the injured passengers through the front windshield of the wrecked bus.
A bus crash ThailandThe bus was operated by Nakhonchai Tour Company. A passenger said the bus departed Mo Chit Bus Terminal in Bangkok at 23.00 last night with maximum capacity and was bound for Khonkaen province.
When the bus approached the scene, the passenger said, the bus was visibly swaying before it eventually slid off the road and collided into a tree.
Police believe the driver fell asleep behind the wheel, but stressed that the investigation is ongoing
Source Khaosod
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