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December, 10 2013 08:05:00

Dutch man died in road accident

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KHANH HOA (VNS)— A 58-year-old Dutch man was killed and four other people were injured when a 16-seat passenger van crashed into the central reservation on National Highway 1A in Cam Thinh Dong Commune, Cam Ranh City. central Khanh Hoa Province yesterday.

The dead man was identified as Rppeber Sgen Neijenhof. The three injured passengers (A Jide Jon, 65, Mfchoppen, 63 and Rpgall Ilra, 62) are also Netherlands citizens. The driver, who was also injured, is a 36-year-old Vietnamese resident of Khanh Hoa Province.

The surviving victims were sent to the local hospital immediately and did not appear to be suffering from serious injuries.

The van, which was heavily damaged, belongs to Nha Trang-based Asia Exploration Tourism-Trade Co.

The local police is conducting further investigation into the accident. Khanh Hoa Province's Department of Foreign Affairs reported the case to the Dutch Embassy in Viet Nam. — VNS

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