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A crane was used to pull the damaged car out of the water

Two women died after their car plunged into the sea in the Sattahip.

The incident occurred on October 4th at 4 in the morning at the Chuk Samet Ferry Pier. One of the surviving passengers provided an account of what happened.

According to him, he and two of his friends had come from Bangkok to Sattahip for a vacation. They went to the Samae San area at night. During the trip, the guy allowed one of the girls to take the wheel of the car.

A crane was used to pull the damaged car out of the water

At some point, the girl took a wrong turn, heading towards the pier, which led to a conflict among friends. The group didn't notice when the car entered the pier area and fell into the sea.

The survivor stated that he was in a state of shock and very frightened but managed to break the car window and get out. He then called rescuers.

flooding car in Sattahip

At 6:00 a.m., divers retrieved the bodies of two women aged 22 and 23, who were trapped in an underwater car at a depth of 15 metres. Both remains were taken to the Forensic Institute at Bangkok Police Hospital for autopsies to determine the cause of death. Meanwhile, a crane was used to pull the damaged car out of the water.

The Sattahip police are conducting an investigation into the incident.

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