The coach driver who rammed into a taxi at the North West Tsing Yi Interchange in Tsing Yi on November 30 had been working 12-hour shifts leading up to the accident. Photo: Felix Wong The coach driver who rammed into a taxi at the North West Tsing Yi Interchange in Tsing Yi on November 30 had been working 12-hour shifts leading up to the accident. Photo: Felix Wong
The coach driver who rammed into a taxi at the North West Tsing Yi Interchange in Tsing Yi on November 30 had been working 12-hour shifts leading up to the accident. Photo: Felix Wong

Accidents and personal safety in Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s latest deadly road accident should be a wake-up call on both driver hours and seat belt use

    Topic |   Accidents and personal safety in Hong Kong
    The coach driver who rammed into a taxi at the North West Tsing Yi Interchange in Tsing Yi on November 30 had been working 12-hour shifts leading up to the accident. Photo: Felix Wong The coach driver who rammed into a taxi at the North West Tsing Yi Interchange in Tsing Yi on November 30 had been working 12-hour shifts leading up to the accident. Photo: Felix Wong
    The coach driver who rammed into a taxi at the North West Tsing Yi Interchange in Tsing Yi on November 30 had been working 12-hour shifts leading up to the accident. Photo: Felix Wong
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