Thai driver kills deer with Mercedes Benz near Bangkok University campus

A Thai driver crashed his Mercedez Benz into a deer and killed it on Borommaratchachonnani Road close to Mahidol University in Pathum Thani province close to Bangkok yesterday.
Upon being alerted to the incident, officers from Phutthamonthon Police Station were quick to attend the scene the place they discovered the lifeless body of a male deer. The deer had lovely antlers and weighed about eighty kilogrammes.
Witnesses and a college security guard labored collectively to move the animal’s physique out of the means in which and near the college entrance for additional investigation into its origin.
About 100 metres away from the scene was a white Mercedez Benz C220. The entrance of the car and its left door had been badly broken. The driver and his spouse waited for the law enforcement officials within the automotive.
The driver, 55 yr outdated Worrapoj Saelim, reported that he and his wife have been travelling to Bangkok when the incident occurred. He claimed that an unidentified animal had run across the guard rail and collided together with his automotive. He obtained out of the automotive to examine and was shocked to search out that the animal was a deer. Worrapoj added that he had not expected to see a deer on such a busy highway and residential space.
The police officer, Ekkasit Kongton, reported to KhaoSod that Mahidol University contacted the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) to help with figuring out the origin of the lifeless deer. The DNP confirmed that the lifeless deer was a Rusa deer. This species was not included on the protected animal listing.
Locals within the space advised police that the deer lived in the grassland close by the accident scene. They notified the related departments in regards to the deer and urged the officers to capture it. However, the operation was unsuccessful as a result of vast area.
Authorities are currently attempting to establish the deer’s owner. They suspect that the deer might have escaped from a close-by deer farm or could have fallen from a car whereas being transported.
Unfortunately, this is not the primary time a deer has been involved in a traffic accident in Thailand. Cinch in the past, a wild deer was significantly injured in a collision with a pickup on the street in the eastern province of Rayong. The pickup driver, Pichet, reported that he couldn’t cease in time when the deer was darting across Tasit-Pluak Daeng Road.
The collision triggered big harm to the pickup. A female passenger was injured in the accident as well..

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