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December, 13 2013 15:25:00

Man burned when motorbikes collide

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DONG NAI (VNS) — A man suffered serious burns after two motorbikes collided yesterday at noon on Highway 1A in Tam Hoa Ward in the southern province of Dong Nai's Bien Hoa District.

Police investigators report that the 30-year-old man, transporting three cans containing 30 litres of alcohol each, crashed into another motorbike. The alcohol apparently spilled, setting the man on fire. His motorbike was consumed by fire.

The victims are being treated in Thong Nhat General Hospital. – VNS

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