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Thai Police to give 600,000 Baht to family of traffic police who died in an accident

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The Royal Thai Police will give 600,000 Baht to the family of a traffic policeman who recently lost his life in a motorcycle accident.

Pol Gen Prawut Thavornsiri, the spokesperson of the Royal Thai Police, attended the royal bathing rite of Pol Lt Narongrit Naksuk, Sub Inspector for traffic at the Yannawa Police Station, who lost his life to a hit-and-run motorist on October 20 while he was riding his motorcycle down the Lat Phrao flyover.

Pol Gen Prawut affirmed the Royal Thai Police’s pledge of 600,000 Baht for the family of Pol Lt Narongrit and will consider enlisting Pol Lt Narongrit’s son into the Royal Thai Police.

The spokesperson also revealed that the local police are currently examining surveillance footage of the accident scene to determine the person at fault.

Preliminary evidence, however, revealed no sign of impact on Pol Lt Narongrit’s vehicle. While the motorist behind Pol Lt Narongrit did hit the deceased, the police are currently interrogating the person to determine whether a case should be made.

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