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A taxi drove through the barrier and was struck by a train at a railway crossing in Bangkok early this morning. The taxi driver was instantly killed in the crash. Officers at Thung Song Hung Police Station received a report early this morning of a train crashing into a public taxi at the railway crossing opposite the North Park Intersection in the Lak Si district of Bangkok. Officials from the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) travelled to the scene with officers from Thung Song and Nopphawong Railway Police Station, forensic doctors from Bhumibhol Hospital, and volunteers from the Por Teck Tung […]

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4 hours ago, JED1 said:

Curiously, the taxi driver was identified as "Sub. Lt." (Sub/Second lieutenant). Was he moonlighting or do taxi drivers have ranks?

Of course taxi drivers have ranks. It's where they pick up customers.

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