The double-decker came to a stop tipped on its side on Tai Po Road. Photo: Felix WongThe double-decker came to a stop tipped on its side on Tai Po Road. Photo: Felix Wong
The double-decker came to a stop tipped on its side on Tai Po Road. Photo: Felix Wong

Nineteen dead, more than 60 injured in ‘chaotic’ Hong Kong double-decker bus crash

Cause of accident that took place on Tai Po Road not yet established, but multiple passengers say vehicle was going fast

Topic |   Traffic and road safety in Hong Kong
The double-decker came to a stop tipped on its side on Tai Po Road. Photo: Felix WongThe double-decker came to a stop tipped on its side on Tai Po Road. Photo: Felix Wong
The double-decker came to a stop tipped on its side on Tai Po Road. Photo: Felix Wong
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