Nanjing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism, Jiangsu Province: 31 casualties in Laos car accident have all returned home

 Nanjing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism, Jiangsu Province: 31 casualties in Laos car accident have all returned home

3D Restoration of Serious Traffic Accidents in Laos for Chinese Tourists: Paste Tourist Guides repeatedly advise safety in the car (Source: original)

BEIJING, Aug. 25, Xinhua BEIJING, China (CNN) -- According to the official microblog of Nanjing Cultural and Tourism Bureau, five wounded people who continued to be treated in Luang Prabang at 17:29 Beijing time arrived in Kunming at 19:38 by plane accompanied by their families and some staff sent by Nanjing, and returned to Nanjing at 21:18 by Kunming at 23:45. The five casualties were sent to a designated hospital in Nanjing for treatment.

At present, 31 casualties in Nanjing have all returned to China in this traffic accident, of which 25 have returned to Nanjing for medical treatment, 4 for treatment in Kunming, and 2 for minor injuries have returned home.

Details of Laos car accident: after the smell of scorch, the road section turned steeply and steeply.

On August 19, around 4 p.m. local time, the tourist bus carrying 44 Chinese citizens was heading from Vientiane, Laos, to Luang Prabang, where it tumbled down a cliff, killing 13 people and injuring 31. According to the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as of the evening of August 21, 20 seriously injured persons had been sent to Vientiane for treatment, while the remaining 11 minor injured persons remained in local hospitals.

Several passengers confirmed to reporters in the Beijing News that they had smelled the stench of burning before the incident. Yuan Fang (pseudonym) sitting in the third row heard the local guide say, There may be some situation below, everyone fasten their seat belts. Before the voice fell, the car swung left and right and rolled down the hill. Zhang Lan (a pseudonym) sitting in more than a dozen rows recalled that he smelled the stench of scorch and rolled over the car for only a few minutes.

Chinese tourists recall Laoss car accident experience: Suddenly, completely unexpected

Injured Chinese tourist Zhou Xiangxi: Down the hill, the brake of the car went wrong. Fortunately, the local rescue workers arrived quickly and in time, quite quickly. We traveled to Laos, but we didnt think of it. I didnt think of it.

Local guide in Laos: The poor condition of tourist buses is mostly used cars abroad.

After the overturn of Laos tourist buses, tourists have paid attention to the safety of Laos tourism. Reporters learned from many local guides in Laos that the condition of tourist buses in Laos is relatively poor, mostly used cars abroad.