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April, 18 2014 14:00:00

Two motorbike drivers killed in bus collision

Two people were killed this morning after being struck by a bus, whose driver was cited for careless driving and speeding in central Thanh Hoa Province.— Photo dantri
THANH HOA (VNS) — Two people were killed this morning after being struck by a bus, whose driver was cited for careless driving and speeding in central Thanh Hoa Province.

According to a witness, the bus was traveling through the Dinh Huong crossroad at 8 am this morning when it struck a motorbike. The witness described the bus as being driven in a reckless manner and speeding as it went through a red traffic light. A man was reported to have been killed at the intersection.

The bus continued after the first crash, striking a second motorbike and killing its female driver, identified as a resident of the province's Dong Cuong Commune.

The identity of the male victim has not been released.

The police are investigating the incident. — VNS

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