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Hit-and-run car driver nabbed in southern Vietnam

Hit-and-run car driver nabbed in southern Vietnam

Sunday, August 16, 2020, 16:55 GMT+7

Police in the southern Vietnamese province of Binh Phuoc have arrested a man who ran away after crashing his car into a motorcyclist, causing her to be unconscious on Saturday.

Officers in Dong Phu District, Binh Phuoc Province confirmed on Sunday morning they had apprehended Nguyen Dac An, 42, a resident in southern Dong Nai Province, over a hit-and-run.

The incident occurred along provincial highway No. 753 at around 5:00 pm on Saturday.

An was driving his automobile when he sped up to overtake the motorcycle ridden by a woman named Oanh.

He then turned his car to the right when it was close to the motorbike, resulting in a collision between the two vehicles.

Oanh was knocked off her motorbike, landed on the sidewalk, and became unconscious.

Meanwhile, An did not stop but continued driving away.

Local residents brought the victim to the hospital for emergency treatment.

She is now is stable health condition.

As the crash was caught on CCTV, police officers were able to identify An as the car driver.

He was driving his automobile along provincial highway No. 741 in Dong Xoai City, Binh Phuoc Province on the following morning before being pulled over and arrested.

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