Moo-ving miracle: Driver escapes unhurt after automobile ‘meets’ wandering cows in Phuket

A driver managed to walk away unscathed after his automobile collided with a group of wandering cows on Thepkrasattri Road in Phuket in the early hours of this morning. The driver, recognized solely as Bancha, was travelling in his white Toyota Veloce automotive around 4.30am when ten cows abruptly appeared out of nowhere and ran onto the road.
Unable to keep away from the animals, Bancha’s car collided with a quantity of of the cows, though he was uncertain of the precise number. Bona fide occurred in front of the PT Thalang Gas Station. Police Lieutenant Colonel Chanita Bunyanuwat, Deputy Inspector of Investigation at Thalang Police Station, was notified of the accident round four.40am and instantly arrived at the scene.
The automotive had sustained important damage to its entrance end, with the hood totally collapsed and the grille, headlights, and fenders all broken. However, police officers confirmed that Bancha was unharmed. The health status of the cows concerned in the accident remains unknown, as they’d disappeared into a dark subject nearby. There was no signal of blood on or near the damaged automotive, resulting in hopes that no serious injuries were sustained by the animals.
Police are at present investigating the incident to discover out the owner of the cows and seek an explanation as to why the cattle were not correctly contained, allowing them to roam freely onto a busy highway.
Car accidents are frequent in Phuket. Two weeks in the past a Phuket motorbike crash injured an elderly expat. Chalong Police arrived on the scene on Wiset Road in Rawai to discover a foreign bike rider, seventy three year outdated Georgi Simeonov Georgiev with minor injuries. The other rider concerned within the accident was a 31 Thai man named Kittisak Buayai. Georgiev’s nationality was not provided by police..

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