Traffic accidents in HCMC drop drastically

Traffic accidents in HCMC drop drastically

In the Tet holidays ( the Lunar New Year), though 64 road accidents took place in Ho Chi Minh City killing 59 people, the figure dropped dramatically compared to last year, said the Road and Railway Traffic Police Division (PC08) of the HCMC Department of Police yesterday.
During the holidays, traffic police dealt with more than 19,900 violations of traffic rules, imposing fines worth VND 19.3 billion. (Photo: VNA)

Traffic accidents kill 133, injure 174 during Tet

A total of 198 traffic accidents occurred nationwide, killing 133 people and injuring 174 others during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holidays between January 23-29 nationwide.
Traffic accidents reduce after new drink-driving law takes effect

Traffic accidents reduce after new drink-driving law takes effect

The total number of fatal accidents, mortality and injured people reduced dramatically after the country’s stringent new drink-driving law has taken effect for two weeks, said Deputy Head of the Department of Traffic under the Ministry of Public Security Major General Le Xuan Duc.
(Illustrative photo:SGGP)

Traffic accidents claim 5,659 lives in nine months

A total of 12,675 traffic accidents occurred nationwide in the nine months to September 14, killing 5,659 people and injured 9,619 others, according to a report of the National Committee for Traffic Safety.
A road accident in Binh Chanh District (Photo: SGGP)

Traffic accidents rise despite improvements in automobile safety features

Due to the massive losses caused by road crashes, traffic safety has become a high-priority issue in Ho Chi Minh City. Since the beginning the year, traffic accidents have been rising in recent years especially in suburban districts despite improvements in automobile safety features.
Traffic accidents kill 112 people in six days of Tet

Traffic accidents kill 112 people in six days of Tet

Up to 177 traffic accidents happened across Vietnam in the first six days of the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival, which began on February 2, killing 112 people and injuring 150 others.

Police start crackdown on violators to keep traffic order

Police start crackdown on violators to keep traffic order

Ho Chi Minh City Road-Railway Traffic Police Division (PC08) yesterday announced to take heed to drunk truck and bus drivers at the launch of the month-long traffic crackdown campaign over trafic law violators to ensure traffic order during Tet Holiday (the Lunar New Year festival)

Traffic accidents surge in New Year Holiday, killing 110

Traffic accidents surge in New Year Holiday, killing 110

There were 147 traffic accidents killing 110 people and injured 61 others during four holidays, when people flocked back to their hometowns, according to the country’s National Traffic Safety Committee.