Extra passengers on overloaded minibuses would not be able to wear seat belts, putting them at risk of serious injury, or worse, in case of sudden braking or a traffic accident. Photo: Fung Chang Extra passengers on overloaded minibuses would not be able to wear seat belts, putting them at risk of serious injury, or worse, in case of sudden braking or a traffic accident. Photo: Fung Chang
Extra passengers on overloaded minibuses would not be able to wear seat belts, putting them at risk of serious injury, or worse, in case of sudden braking or a traffic accident. Photo: Fung Chang

Overloaded Hong Kong minibuses are not only illegal, they put lives at risk

Topic |   Traffic and road safety in Hong Kong
Extra passengers on overloaded minibuses would not be able to wear seat belts, putting them at risk of serious injury, or worse, in case of sudden braking or a traffic accident. Photo: Fung Chang Extra passengers on overloaded minibuses would not be able to wear seat belts, putting them at risk of serious injury, or worse, in case of sudden braking or a traffic accident. Photo: Fung Chang
Extra passengers on overloaded minibuses would not be able to wear seat belts, putting them at risk of serious injury, or worse, in case of sudden braking or a traffic accident. Photo: Fung Chang
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