Thailand Flooding Causes Crashes on Slippery Road

Thailand has been struck by the worst flooding in 70 years, which is affecting infrastructure and causing widespread damage and destruction. While this has created problems for the manufacturing sector, which Toyota and Honda severely affected, the flooding is also disrupting road travel.
This video shows a water-logged section of raised highway is curved and the drivers exiting the tunnel have no way of seeing the water on the road until it’s too late. Their tires aquaplane and lose all grip.

Tractor lorries, small cars and even something that looks like a military truck all fall pray to the watery conditions.
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