Multiple Vehicles Collide with Escaped Deer on Chaiyapruek Road, Nonthaburi 

Nonthaburi —

At 10:00 PM, on June 19th, 2024, Chaiyapruek police officers received a report of multiple vehicles colliding with a deer on Chaiyaphruek Road, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi.

According to police, a female deer was found on the left lane of Chaiyaphruek Road. Three nearby pickup trucks were damaged and bloodstained from collisions with the deer. One truck’s camera recorded the moment of impact as the deer ran in front of the vehicle.

Additionally, CCTV footage from a local convenience store revealed that after the initial collision, the deer lay still for about 10 minutes before being struck by two more pickup trucks. The deer was hit three times in total, resulting in fatal injuries.

An unidentified local resident informed police that the deer might belong to a homeowner residing about one kilometer from the scene.

The owner was reportedly abroad at the time. According to an unidentified housekeeper, the deer had escaped at 4 PM. The housekeeper offered a reward for the deer’s return, but no one reported its whereabouts before news came of the fatal accidents.

Initially, Thai National Park, Wildlife, and Plant officials will request documentation to verify the legal possession of the deer, as it is protected under the Wild Animal Preservation and Protection Act of 1992.

This article originally appeared on our sister website The Pattaya News.

Kittisak Phalaharn
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