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I saw Bob fishtailing in front of me. I slammed into something and felt myself launch off the bike, screaming. I hit another bike on the side of the road and landed face first in a bush. I was numb and shaking and thought I must be hurt but not feeling it yet. I sat up in a daze. Bob was picking up my dirt bike and trying to prop it against a tree and I thought that was a strange priority given that a man was lying very still in the road, bleeding.
A pickup truck screeched to a halt next to him and several men jumped out, picked up the man, loaded him into the back of the truck and drove away. I looked back at Bob and he was struggling to hold up the bike. I realized from the smell that he was trying to stop gasoline pouring from the tank. Bob and I had just ridden down from the highest peak in Thailand, Doi Inthanon.
I had had a bad feeling about renting dirt bikes that morning, given the statistics on motorcycle accidents in Southeast Asia, but since we did it on the island Ko Pha Ngang and nothing happened, I ignored it. On the way back down the mountain we had decided to take a different route and gotten lost. We had just come into the town of San Pa Tong when the accident happened. A group of kind neighbors came out of their houses and offered me tea and a stool to sit on.
A Thai police car arrived and Bob and I were loaded in the back. I asked what was happening and the officer driving said we were going to the hospital. Was that a translation error? We walked into the emergency room and I could see the man I had hit being worked on, still out cold.
A doctor who spoke excellent English told me he had a fractured skull and a possible brain injury and would be flown to Bangkok. He said they suspected he was drunk and would run tests. The doctor looked me over, said my shoulder was sprained, and gave me some antiseptic for my lacerations and some pain pills. Then we were in a police station, giving statements. My passport was taken. If he not OK, you not OK. I learned that his name was Inspector Chawalit, and he would be in charge of my case.