JavaScript is off. Please enable to view full site.

Driver fined for reversing sleeper bus on overpass in Hanoi

Driver fined for reversing sleeper bus on overpass in Hanoi

Monday, July 08, 2024, 11:37 GMT+7
Driver fined for reversing sleeper bus on overpass in Hanoi
The sleeper bus is seen reversing on Lang Ha Overpass in Hanoi. Photo: M.S. / Tuoi Tre

A driver was fined VND2.5 million (US$97.5) and had his driver’s license revoked for two months for backing a 45-seater sleeper bus along an overpass in Hanoi on Saturday.

Traffic police in the capital city on Sunday said they had imposed the fine on L.N.K., a 44-year-old resident in Phu Tho Province, northern Vietnam, effectively for steering the vehicle on Lang Ha Overpass, from which sleeper buses are banned, in Dong Da District, Hanoi.

At 9:00 pm on Saturday, he drove the vehicle to the overpass but it could not drive onto the overpass due to a height restriction barrier.

As a result, K. reversed the sleeper bus. Fortunately, the bus did not collide with any vehicles.

Commuters recorded and shared videos of the case to social media. Many netizens voiced their outrage over the driver’s act.

At the police station, K. claimed to be a new driver, so he did not know that sleeper buses are banned from Lang Ha overpass. 

Like us on Facebook or  follow us on Twitter to get the latest news about Vietnam!

Thanh Ha - Hong Quang / Tuoi Tre News

More

Read more

;

Photos

VIDEOS

‘Taste of Australia’ gala dinner held in Ho Chi Minh City after 2-year hiatus

Taste of Australia Gala Reception has returned to the Park Hyatt Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City's District 1 after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Vietnamese woman gives unconditional love to hundreds of adopted children

Despite her own immense hardship, she has taken in and cared for hundreds of orphans over the past three decades.

Latest news

Football chaos as Paris Olympics kicks off

Israel's footballers later Wednesday took on Mali under the watchful eye of 1,000 police officers, with authorities erecting an 'anti-terrorist perimeter' and braced for possible disruption around the stadium