A taxi driver from the central province of Nghệ An Province’s has turned his house into a first-aid station so that he can offer timely help to traffic accident victims.
The first patient to successfully undergo a heart transplant in the southern region was discharged from HCM City-based Chợ Rẫy Hospital on Wednesday, just 22 days after the surgery.
At least six people, including two women who were identified as Vietnamese citizens, were killed in a traffic accident on June 13 in Thailand’s Sa Kaeo province, 200 kilometers to the northeast of Bangkok.
Traffic police and authorities in HCM City are concerned about low road safety awareness of road users, which results in a large number of traffic accidents in the city.
Patients often have to wait for longer than a week to have their operations in central hospitals.
The family of late Japanese archaeologist Nishimura Masanari, an expert on Vietnamese archaeology, has donated his entire library – in all, 7,000 items – to the National University of Hà Nội.
Nearly 100 firemen and 15 trucks were called to stamp out a fire at an electronics shop in Ngũ Hành Sơn District early yesterday.
Traffic accidents cost Việt Nam 2.5 per cent of its annual GDP as per World Health Organization estimates, said Khuất Việt Hùng, vice-chairman of the National Committee for Safe Traffic.
The Office Chief of the National Traffic Safety Committee, Nguyễn Trọng Thái, talks to Hải quan (Customs) newspaper about measures to reduce speeding, one of the key traffic accident causes.