The driver showed signs of being drunk and caused an accident on Cao Thang Street, District 10


On the morning of November 21, District 10 Police (Ho Chi Minh City) and related forces continued to clarify the traffic accident on Cao Thang Street.

A car suddenly crashed into a girl’s car.

Initial information, around 7:00 p.m. on November 20, a male driver about 45 years old drove a car on Cao Thang street, toward Dien Bien Phu street to Hoang Du Khuong. Just past the intersection of 3/2 Street (Ward 12, District 10), suddenly a car collided with a girl’s motorbike. The car pulled the motorbike and continued to hit the median separating the two lanes.

The car driver got out of the car and was detained by people. The girl who was stabbed was lucky enough to jump out of the car in time and was not injured.

According to residents, the male driver previously honked loudly while stopping at a red light, then passed through the intersection when the above incident occurred.

They also said the driver showed signs of intoxication.

Car crashes into a series of vehicles.

Previously, on the afternoon of November 12, a serious traffic accident also occurred in Thu Duc City. A car driven by Pham Cao Tri (39 years old, living in District 8) repeatedly crashed into 2 cars and 3 motorbikes, causing the young girl to die.

Tri’s alcohol concentration was determined to be 188.8mg/100ml of blood, exceeding the limit, but he was still driving the car, causing the above tragic accident.

Mr. Vu


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