Lorry driver collapses throughout U-turn in Thanyaburi, passer-by attempts rescue

A fifty eight year old lorry driver collapsed on the wheel while finishing a U-turn on the Rangsit-Nakhon Nayok highway in Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani province. The man was rushed to Thanyaburi Hospital but later passed away. The incident occurred at 1.40am right now.
At the scene, a 12-wheeled lorry with the registration number 72-5313 Nakhon Pathom was discovered parked in the course of the road close to the U-turn at Khlong 8 on the inbound side. The driver, recognized as Panom from Phitsanulok province, was initially aided by a passing motorist named Jatdaphon, who had just completed work and was returning home near Khlong 9 in Thanyaburi. Jatsadaphon initially thought Panom was intoxicated but upon closer examination discovered that his symptoms were not consistent with alcohol intoxication, reported Khaosod.
Jatdaphon promptly helped get Panom out of the lorry and laid him down on the bottom, performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) earlier than calling 1669 for assistance. Medical personnel from Thanyaburi Hospital arrived on the scene and transported Panom to the hospital. It was later reported that he had unfortunately passed away through the journey.
Jatsadaphon mentioned that he saw Panom’s spouse open the door of the lorry and helped help her husband to get down after he collapsed.
Four days ago, a lorry driver’s fatigue resulted in a tragic accident when the car collided with three monks near the Non Phet intersection in Chokchai district, Nakhon Ratchasima province. Special left one monk useless and two others injured..

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