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Sriracha man dies as car crashes, burns

Paisan Fungfuang died when his car hit a tree, careened into a ditch and burst into flames.

Theerarak Suthathiwong

A Sriracha man died after his car hit and tree and exploded in Borwin.

Paisan Fungfuang, 56, was pronounced dead at the Eastern Seaboard Road accident site June 5. He had been ejected from his Toyota Corona after he lost control and hit a tree. The car careened into a ditch and burst into flames.

Witness Sawat Yooyens said the car had been speeding before the accident.

Although police did not have any actual evidence to back it up, they presumed the driver was drunk because he wasn’t wearing a shirt and had been driving fast.

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