Life and death on Thailand’s lethal roads

Life and death on Thailand’s lethal roads – BBC News

The BBC’s Jonathan Head looks into why Thailand’s roads are among the most lethal in the world.

Life and death on Thailand’s lethal roads – Thailand …

Jan 19, 2017 · Life and death on Thailand’s lethal roads. By Jonathan HeadSouth East Asia correspondent BANGKOK: — There is a ritual that is now very familiar to Thais, before the two big holiday seasons of the year, in late December for the new year, and in April for the Songkran Festival.

Life and death on Thailand’s lethal roads – A global feature

Thailand remains a popular tourist hotspot for its paradise like beaches and cosmopolitan cities. The grim statistics of death and injury on the roads ar

Life and death on Thailand’s lethal roads – intellasia.net

Life and death on Thailand’s lethal roads 20-Jan-2017 Intellasia | BBC | 6:00 AM There is a ritual that is now very familiar to Thais, before the two big holiday seasons of the year, in late December for the new year, and in April for the Songkran Festival.

Life and death on Thailand’s lethal roads – BBC News

The BBC’s Jonathan Head looks into why Thailand’s roads are among the most lethal in the world. There is a ritual that is now very familiar to Thais, before the two big holiday seasons of the year, in late December for the new …

4 Seconds to Death on Thailand’s Deadly Roads – AEC …

4 Seconds to Death on Thailand’s Deadly Roads (HD video) By Digital Editor on December 10, 2017 • This story contains content that may be disturbing to some people

What Thailand’s deadly roads can teach us about risk

Some journalists have commented that perhaps officials in Vietnam fudge the figures to disguise their fatality rate — but unless the deceit is huge in scope, Thailand’s roads are uniquely lethal.

Road deaths soar during Thailand’s ’Seven Deadly Days

Thailand has some of the world’s most lethal roads, with the accident rate peaking during Songkran, a booze-soaked week-long holiday in April that sees Thais drive back to their home towns.

Death on Two Wheels: Thailand most lethal nation for

Death on Two Wheels: Thailand most lethal nation for motorcyclists. By Coconuts Bangkok May of the WHO’s Bangkok office said, “If you take motorcycles out of the equation, Thailand’s roads will be as safe as Switzerland, the United States, and the United Kingdom.” 15,800 youths are involved in motorcycle accidents every year …

’Seven Deadly Days’: Road Safety in Thailand – The Asia

But WHO ranks Thailand’s roads as the second-most lethal in the world To put this in perspective, each day Thailand has 50 to 60 road accidents leading to death. In 2016, Thailand saw 24,000 of its citizens die in road accidents and one million people sought hospital treatment, 60,000 of whom were rendered permanently disabled.