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Van-coach collision triggers explosion in C China [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-7-19 10:18:32 |Display all floors
CHANGSHA - Heavy casualties are feared after a vehicle collision on a Central China highway triggered fire and explosion early Saturday morning, police said.
The accident happened at around 3 am on a section of the Hukun Expressway in Hunan province, when a freight van loaded with flammable liquid rear ended a passenger coach capable of carrying 53 people, according to the provincial traffic pol ...

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Post time 2014-7-19 10:18:33 |Display all floors
Psychologically, I'm always very concerned whenever a major disaster happened outside China. Somehow, something will happen in China following a major disaster outside China.

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Post time 2014-7-19 18:31:03 |Display all floors
It is a truck and a bus.

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Post time 2014-7-19 18:55:39 |Display all floors
This is a terrible and horrific fatal road vehicle accident.

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Post time 2014-7-19 21:09:22 |Display all floors
God bless the departed souls. I lived in Changsha for 11 years. It's my second home on earth.

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Post time 2014-7-20 01:13:51 |Display all floors
The traffic police must be called to answer. Heavy duty trucks and buses travel at super speed in China's highways. They don't follow rules and their recklessness is extremely dangerous. These are precious and millions of precious are exposed to such dangers everyday. When will the authorities take tough actions and educate and fine these traffic violators and speedsters. Overhead cameras are so simple to install nowadays. Fine these people and take away their trucks and buses for some period of time to let them feel the pain instead of letting others feel their pain. Please do something!

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