One person died and three people were injured after their car crashed into a train on Wednesday morning in Yên Tiến Commune, Ý Yên District, northern province of Nam Định.
A serious crash between a lorry and passenger bus on the Hà Nội-Bắc Giang National Highway Expressway yesterday noon left two deaths and six injuries, adding to an already high number of traffic accidents over the weekend.
At least 54 people died, 31 others were injured and 39 are missing due to heavy rains and floods triggered by a tropical depression hitting northern and central localities in recent days, according to National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention.
The train route connecting Hà Nội and Lào Cai Province officially re-opened early Friday morning.
The train route connecting Hà Nội and Lào Cai provinces has come to a standstill after a landslide buried at least six carriages of a cargo train on Monday evening.
A collision between a cargo train and a truck occurred on Thursday afternoon at a railway crossing in Canh Thuận Commune, Vân Canh District, Bình Định Province, blocking traffic for hours.
A collision between a North-South cargo train and a truck occurred early on Wednesday at a railway crossing in Nhị Khê Commune, Hà Nội’s Thường Tín District. The accident caused serious traffic congestion for hours.
The first cargo train on the 854-km route connecting Việt Nam and southwest China departed from China’s Kunming City for Hải Phòng Port on Tuesday afternoon.
Super Typhoon Nepartak lashed Taiwan with powerful winds and torrential rain as it made landfall on Friday, injuring dozens and forcing more than 15,000 to evacuate their homes as the island cancelled hundreds of flights and shut offices and schools.