Chongqing Jiangjiang bus rescue: initially identified four suspected bottom positions

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 Chongqing Jiangjiang bus rescue: initially identified four suspected bottom positions


Chongqing public transport has now scanned four suspected locations, most likely 30 meters upstream of the bridge (source: ~)

Four suspected locations were preliminarily identified by the three-dimensional multi-beam scanning of the 200 m upstream to 400 m downstream of the bridge last night, but not including the suspected locations announced by another rescue team yesterday, the head of the Yangtze River Channel Administration informed the front headquarters. A person in charge of the Yangtze River Channel Administration, surnamed Wang, told Red Star News that because the Channel Administration had an underwater scanning image of the location in January this year, only one of the four suspected sinking sites was clearly new, and the location was 30 meters upstream of the bridge impact gap. By scanning this position in 3D, the shape is not a regular cuboid, suspected to be caused by vehicle deformation. The person in charge told reporters that underwater robots or divers should be assisted in judging the next step. The source of this article: Red Star News Editor: Shi Jianlei _NBJ11331

Four suspected locations were preliminarily identified by the three-dimensional multi-beam scanning of the 200 m upstream to 400 m downstream of the bridge last night, but not including the suspected locations announced by another rescue team yesterday, the head of the Yangtze River Channel Administration informed the front headquarters. A person in charge of the Yangtze River Channel Administration, surnamed Wang, told Red Star News that because the Channel Administration had an underwater scanning image of the location in January this year, only one of the four suspected sinking sites was clearly new, and the location was 30 meters upstream of the bridge impact gap. By scanning this position in 3D, the shape is not a regular cuboid, suspected to be caused by vehicle deformation. The person in charge told reporters that underwater robots or divers should be assisted in judging the next step.