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The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is to pay 1.6 million baht in compensation to the family of a road sweeper who died in a hit-and-run incident on Kanchanapisek Road in the capital yesterday. The driver is on the run and there was no CCTV camera footage at the scene. The 59 year old woman road sweeper, Somsi Yimchalam, was hit by a car while she was working with other colleagues on Kanchanapisek Road at about 4am yesterday. Somsi’s lifeless body was found five metres away from the pavement. Her brush, broken into three pieces, lay by her side with the […]

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Hope the culprit is identified and receive the punishment as per the law. It would be easy to identify as there are CCTV around the surrounding areas. Since the vehicle has lost one of its bumper, it is easy to identify the naked vehicle.

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