Vehicles in multi-vehicle collision of an elevated bridge in Hohhot are extruded and deformed

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 Vehicles in multi-vehicle collision of an elevated bridge in Hohhot are extruded and deformed


On the morning of April 11, many cars collided on South Second Ring Road in Hohhot. At about 10:30 a.m., the staff of the expressway brigade of the traffic police detachment of the Huhhot Public Security Bureau told the Beijing News that the accident might have been caused by a slippery fog road, with no casualties and no casualties. It had been dealt with.

According to netizens, more than 20 vehicles collided on the second ring viaduct Expressway in Hohhot on the morning of November 11. Video transmission shows that some of the vehicles collided with the front and rear of the car and deformed, and some of the vehicles overturned to the ground, scattered debris on the ground, many people standing around.

Workers of Saihan Brigade, traffic police detachment of Huhhot Public Security Bureau confirmed that the accident occurred around 7 a.m. The staff of the expressway brigade of the traffic police detachment of the Huhhot Public Security Bureau said that the traffic accident had been dealt with by 9 a.m. and that the traffic had been opened at present. The accident may have been caused by a slippery fog road with no casualties. According to the staff member, the accident was a minor accident, not a collision between more than 20 vehicles, and the number of specific vehicles is still being counted.

New Beijing News reporter inquiries found that the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Meteorological Station at 7:30 on the same day issued a fog orange warning signal. It was reported that within six hours, fog with visibility less than 200 meters and greater than or equal to 50 meters had appeared in Dalat Banner, Junggar Banner of Ordos City, Baotou City, Hohhot City, Tummet Left Banner and Liangcheng County of Ulanchabu City and would continue. It was also suggested that relevant departments and units should do well in fog prevention, and that airports, highways, ferry terminals and other units should strengthen their dispatching and command and drive. Drivers strictly control the speed of vehicles and boats and reduce outdoor activities.

Source: Zhang Xianchao_NN9310, responsible editor of Beijing News