On April 17, 2022, Pol. Lt. Gen. Prachuap Wongsuk, Assistant Commissioner of Police as Deputy Director of Police, presided over a meeting of the Center for Preventing and Reducing Road Accidents during the Songkran Festival by today is the last day According to intensive control measures, 7 days during the Songkran festival
Lt. Gen. Prachuap said that law enforcement guidelines to reduce accidents The Royal Thai Police focuses on enforcing the traffic laws on 10 main charges (10 bitter tastes) with serious prosecution against drivers who don’t wear helmets. driving while intoxicated and driving faster than the law which is a risky behavior that causes injury and the most deaths
Pol Lt. Gen. Prachuap also said that Pol. Gen. Suwat Chaengyodsuk, police chief and Pol. Gen. Damrongsak Kittipraphat, Deputy Commissioner of Police, responsible for traffic Satisfied with the performance of the police officers in traffic management and enforcing laws to prevent and reduce road accidents during the “7 days of intense control” overall statistics compared to Songkran last year decrease every number As for the cumulative accident data for the past 6 days (11-16 April 65), it was found that there were a total of 1720 accidents, a decrease from 392 during the Songkran Festival last year, representing 18.56%. 1,696 people were injured, a decrease of 406 from last year’s Songkran festival, accounting for 19.31%, and 237 deaths, a decrease of 14 from last year’s Songkran festival, accounting for 5.58%. concentrated control A total of 336,975 cases were classified as 57,021 non-helmeting, 10,180 unsafe motorcycles, 14,544 drunk driving, 16,262 not wearing a seatbelt, 67,341 unlicensed, 155,511 speeding beyond the law, and signal violations. 9,216 traffic, 4,477 driving backwards, 845 overtaking in critical areas and 1,578 using phones while driving.
Pol Lt. Gen. Prachuap further said that today the most people return to Bangkok. From the forecast, it is expected that there will be about 600,000 incoming vehicles, making the volume of vehicles dense in every route. integrate and coordinate traffic management practices to get the car back in Bangkok continuously If any route has heavy traffic problems Let the Highway Patrol Division consider opening a special channel to drain the car. Until the situation is resolved, in this respect, Pol. Gen. Suwat Chaengyodsuk, the police chief and Pol. Gen. Damrongsak Kittipraphat, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Police, was concerned about the people’s brothers and sisters. and emphasize that Before traveling, check your physical condition. get enough rest If you feel sleepy, take a break. and request that car users use the road to strictly comply with traffic laws fasten seat belt and wear a helmet every time you drive and ride and increase caution in the use of road vehicles Including asking for kindness to fellow travelers in order to arrive at the destination safely. For people who have experienced or witnessed an accident or need help You can call the police at 191 or 1193 24 hours a day.
afternoon of the same day Pol Lt. Gen. Prachuap Wongsuk, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Pol. Maj. Gen. Sorakrai Poolperm, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of NESDB, and Pol. Col. Suksawad Kusithiphol. Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Air Force, along with his team, took a helicopter ride from the Royal Thai Police. To fly to explore the traffic routes in the central region from Tor Lor. 9 to the different level of Bang Pa-in to Tor Lor. 32 – to the different level of Ang Thong. Then flew to explore the traffic routes in the northeastern region, Noen Thap Kwang, Saraburi province, and Thon Lor. 2 at Noen Klang Dong. Khao Yai Intersection, Km. 65 (connection point M6), Nakhon Ratchasima Province, then proceed to the stadium Helicopter, Cavalry Center, Adisorn Camp, Mueang Saraburi District to visit and join the opening of special channels At the opening point of the expressway, Lor. 1 km. 99+200, inbound Bangkok, connects to Saraburi Bypass Road. Before flying, check traffic conditions at Thon Lor. 1 km. 54 (Bang Pa-in differential) and Motorway Lorp. 9 km. 0 (Eastern Ring Road).
has ordered to Pol Lt. Gen. Jirapat Phumchit, Commander of Provincial Police 1, Pol Maj Gen Udon Yomcharoen, deputy commissioner of Police 1, and Pol Maj Gen Chayanon Sani, police chief. .Saraburi Province to prepare enough strength by having to switch Do not let your strength be weak. due to having to perform duties continuously throughout the day In addition to the relatively hot weather, the Assistant Commissioner of Police also urged that To arrange a fast moving set as a motorcycle prepare well and must be distributed to cover all areas with heavy traffic If an accident occurs, they can immediately come to help. and have to split the car quickly To speed up the traffic to return to normal conditions.