Two bus accidents in the span of 24 hours – one of which killed four people and injured 11, and a second which injured nine, seven of them schoolchildren – have drawn renewed attention to road safety in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong Two bus accidents in the span of 24 hours – one of which killed four people and injured 11, and a second which injured nine, seven of them schoolchildren – have drawn renewed attention to road safety in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
Two bus accidents in the span of 24 hours – one of which killed four people and injured 11, and a second which injured nine, seven of them schoolchildren – have drawn renewed attention to road safety in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong

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Topic |   Accidents and personal safety in Hong Kong
Two bus accidents in the span of 24 hours – one of which killed four people and injured 11, and a second which injured nine, seven of them schoolchildren – have drawn renewed attention to road safety in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong Two bus accidents in the span of 24 hours – one of which killed four people and injured 11, and a second which injured nine, seven of them schoolchildren – have drawn renewed attention to road safety in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
Two bus accidents in the span of 24 hours – one of which killed four people and injured 11, and a second which injured nine, seven of them schoolchildren – have drawn renewed attention to road safety in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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