Drunk police officer crashes automobile into restaurant in Bangkok, three in ICU (video)

Three people are significantly injured in intensive care after a drunk police officer crashed his car into a restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, on Monday evening.
The owner of the “Mala” (Chinese spicy hotpot) restaurant in Bang Khen district stated they’re scared justice is not going to be served as a outcome of the drunk driver is a police officer.
At 10.55pm on Monday, officers at Bang Khen Police Station were informed of an accident at a Mala restaurant on Theparak Road in Anusawri subdistrict.
No obligation had been injured within the crash, three of whom are significantly injured and being handled in an Intensive Care Unit.
The restaurant, owned by 30 12 months old Puridet Thongnamkaew, was broken in the incident as nicely as the property of 33 year outdated subsequent door neighbour Pongamat Amatayakul.
At the scene, police found a black Honda with a Bangkok registration plate belonging to Pol. Maj. Ekapong [surname withheld], a crowd control police officer.
Officers immediately took Pol. Maj. Ekapong to Bang Khen Police Station and charged him with, “reckless driving inflicting serious harm, reckless driving causing injury to property and drunk driving.”
Pol. Maj. Ekapong’s alcohol stage was measured at 126 milligrams – far past the legal restrict.
Bang Khen cops say they want to assure the victims in this case that the prosecution process shall be truthful.
Police say they are accumulating evidence from the scene and statements from witnesses.
In the CCTV footage, dozens of customers are pictured sitting at tables exterior the restaurant when the drunk police officer crashes into the tables at what seems to be a high speed.
Drunk driver Pol. Maj. Ekapong claims that a automobile in entrance of him made a U-turn suddenly and he swerved and lost control.
The restaurant owner believes going to the media with this case will assist search justice for the injured..

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