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Tragic Collision in Petchaburi: Supatchatra Jit-ngarm and Rachata Boon-sra’s Final Ride

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Early on Sunday morning, tragedy struck in Petchaburi’s Khao Yoi district as two big-bike riders were killed in a catastrophic road accident involving an 18-wheeled truck. The ill-fated incident took place outside a PTT petrol station on the outbound Phetkasem Road in the tambon Huay Rong area. Kee p your eyes peeled for the details—this tale is as riveting as it is heartbreaking.

The victims, identified as Supatchatra Jit-ngarm, 22, and Rachata Boon-sra, 27, were part of a roaring convoy of more than 100 motorcyclists. The group, speeding through the morning mist, dominated three lanes of traffic, overtaking each other with thrill-seeking flair and reckless abandon. The thrill ride turned tragic when Supatchatra’s and Rachata’s bikes grazed one another, sending them spiraling onto the asphalt.

In an instant, their joyride morphed into a nightmare. Both riders were struck by an 18-wheeler trailing closely behind them. The force of the collision was devastating, leaving no room for last-minute heroics or fortunate escapes. The truck’s driver, apparently spooked, fled the scene and disappeared into the ether. Local authorities are still on the hunt for the runaway driver.

The chaos left one other motorcyclist injured, who was swiftly transported to Khao Yoi Hospital for medical attention. The remaining bikers, who were en route to the picturesque Kaeng Krachan district, found their journey marred by sorrow and loss.

Witnesses painted a vivid picture of the moments leading up to the accident. Describing the motorcyclists weaving in and out of lanes at high speeds, it’s a wonder more weren’t caught in the calamity. The riders’ audacious maneuvers, overtaking from both the left and right, lent an air of danger to an already perilous situation.

This tragic episode serves as a stark reminder of the fine line between thrill and disaster. The open road, while offering freedom and exhilaration, also demands a measure of respect and caution. Let’s hope that the survivors of this group—and other road warriors—take heed, valuing safety as much as speed.

Meanwhile, as the investigation continues, authorities urge anyone with information about the truck driver or the accident to come forward. The journey to Kaeng Krachan, and perhaps the group’s shared memories, will forever bear the shadow of this loss. Drive safe, respect the road, and remember: sometimes the fastest route is the one paved with patience and care.


  1. motorcyclist55 June 9, 2024

    As a rider myself, this is beyond devastating. Riders need to stick together and be safer on the roads.

    • Jane D June 9, 2024

      Totally agree, but it’s also up to individual responsibility. You can’t just blame the group.

      • motorcyclist55 June 9, 2024

        You’re right, but riding in such a big group can make it harder to stay in control.

      • John P June 9, 2024

        True, but the thrill is what we crave. If we ditch that, then what’s the point?

    • Robert L June 9, 2024

      Still, it’s reckless of the truck driver to flee the scene! That’s a crime in itself.

  2. Alice TT June 9, 2024

    This incident should be a wake-up call to all thrill-seekers. Lives are at stake here.

    • thrillseeker89 June 9, 2024

      But if we start living in fear, what kind of life is that? Living on the edge is my choice.

      • Alice TT June 9, 2024

        It’s not about living in fear, it’s about balancing fun with safety.

  3. Mike R June 9, 2024

    Wasn’t it irresponsible for the motorcyclists to dominate three lanes? That’s just asking for trouble.

    • Jenny W June 9, 2024

      Yes, but why was the truck following so closely? It’s a dangerous combination.

      • Mike R June 9, 2024

        Fair point. Both sides could have been more cautious.

  4. miloSOLO June 9, 2024

    The truck driver’s actions are unforgivable. He should face severe penalties.

    • R.T. Miller June 9, 2024

      Punishing the truck driver is easy, but have we learned anything about road safety from this?

      • miloSOLO June 9, 2024

        True, we need stricter rules on both sides, but running away should never be an option.

  5. Hannah K June 9, 2024

    Why isn’t there more policing of such large motorcycle groups? It’s a recipe for disaster.

    • Chris B June 9, 2024

      Policing resources are stretched thin as it is. Community responsibility should come first.

      • Hannah K June 9, 2024

        Community responsibility would be great, but who enforces it? Policing is necessary.

  6. Tommy June 9, 2024

    Big groups can be dangerous, but remember, it’s the driver’s responsibility to drive safely around bikers.

  7. RidersUnite June 9, 2024

    Sad to lose fellow riders. Hope the driver is caught soon.

  8. Clara V. June 9, 2024

    This should spark a debate on road safety and regulations for both cars and bikes.

    • Donovan J June 9, 2024

      Absolutely. There should be stricter enforcement on both sides.

      • Clara V. June 9, 2024

        Agreed. Safety over speed any day.

  9. biker234 June 9, 2024

    We can’t stop riding in groups; it’s about camaraderie. But yes, safer behavior is a must.

    • Lucy T June 9, 2024

      Camaraderie is great, but it shouldn’t come at the cost of safety.

      • biker234 June 9, 2024

        Finding that balance is key, indeed. Safety and fun can coexist.

      • Mark F June 9, 2024

        Maybe smaller groups would help. Less chance for chaos.

  10. Ramanathan.P June 9, 2024

    The bigger the group is, the more discipline the riders should be.

  11. roadwarrior63 June 9, 2024

    This was bound to happen with such reckless riding. I don’t feel sorry for them.

    • Patricia P June 9, 2024

      That’s harsh! Nobody deserves to die like that, regardless of recklessness.

      • roadwarrior63 June 9, 2024

        I get it, but actions have consequences. Hopefully, others will learn.

      • Linda S June 9, 2024

        People learn best from tragedy, unfortunately. But we shouldn’t be so quick to blame the victims.

  12. Edward M June 9, 2024

    I think the story here isn’t just about the riders but about overall road management. How can we make the roads safer?

    • sciencegeek June 9, 2024

      Exactly! It’s a systemic issue. Better infrastructure and education for all road users.

      • Edward M June 9, 2024

        Completely. We need a holistic approach, not just band-aid solutions.

      • roadwarrior63 June 9, 2024

        In the end, individual responsibility still matters most.

  13. Jack T June 9, 2024

    Was there any sort of organized supervision? Over 100 riders sounds chaotic.

    • Rachna June 9, 2024

      Usually, such rides have leaders. But with that many people, control can be tricky.

      • Jack T June 9, 2024

        Maybe official permits and supervision should be required for large groups.

      • George June 9, 2024

        Sounds like another layer of bureaucracy, but if it saves lives, why not?

  14. Kat June 9, 2024

    Very tragic. Hope everyone takes this as a lesson to be more careful on the roads.

  15. PaulW June 9, 2024

    This article is so sad!!! People just need to drive safer. Life > Speed.

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