Is the drivers passenger arguing and beating causing the bus to fall into the river?

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 Is the drivers passenger arguing and beating causing the bus to fall into the river?


Disputes between two sides (video capture)

Female passengers hitting drivers (video screenshots)

Drivers fight back (video screenshots)

The 22 way bus crashed into the river guardrail (video screenshot)

Yesterday, the investigation and disposal department of the Wanzhou bus crash in Chongqing issued a message that the cause of the accident has been ascertained, which was caused by disputes between passengers and drivers. According to the investigation, a female passenger had a quarrel with the driver because she missed the place to get off the bus. They fought each other, causing the vehicle to lose control and deviate to the left to cross the central solid line. After colliding with the red car which was driving normally opposite, she ran along the road and broke the guardrail and fell into the river. The two persons behavior seriously endangers public safety has violated the criminal law and is suspected of committing a crime.

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By bus fight, the bus crashed into the river.

On the morning of Nov. 2, the investigation and disposal department of the Wanzhou bus crash in Chongqing issued a message that the cause of the accident has been ascertained, which was caused by disputes between passengers and drivers.

Public security organs extract internal control of vehicles

According to the accident investigation and disposal department, the public security organs have collected more than 2300 hours of surveillance video and 220 video clips of traffic recorder to investigate more than 160 vehicles passing by before and after the accident. They have investigated and interviewed witnesses, drivers and passengers of vehicles around the scene, passengers of vehicles involved and relevant personnel of bus companies. There were 132 persons involved. At 0.50 a.m. on October 31, after divers salvaged the vehicle traveling recorder and SD card, the public security organs successfully restored the SD card data and extracted the internal monitoring video of the vehicle before the accident.

The public security organs conducted a comprehensive survey of 36 stations along the route of No. 22 bus. By visiting the four passengers who got off at the first two stops before the accident, it was confirmed that there was a middle-sized female passenger wearing light blue jeans in the bus. She had a quarrel with the driver because she missed the place to get off. After further investigation, the female passenger was Liu (48 years old, Wanzhou District). Comprehensive pre-investigation visits, and the extracted vehicle internal video surveillance to verify each other, restore the situation at the time of the incident.

The passengers had a dispute with the driver.

At 5:1 a.m. on October 28, bus driver Ran Mou (male, 42 years old, Wanzhou District) left home to work. At 5:50, bus No. 22 departed from Wanda Plaza at the starting station and traveled normally along the route of No. 22 bus. When the incident occurred, ran a third train departure.

9:35, passengers Liu in dragon capital square four seasons Huacheng station get on the train, its destination is one home Museum Station. Because of road maintenance, the No. 22 bus no longer runs through No.1 home library station. When driving to Nanbin Park Station, driver Ran Mou reminded the passengers of No. 1 Home Hall to get off at this station, Liu Mou did not get off. When the car continued on its way, Liu found that the vehicle had passed his destination station and asked to get off, but there was no bus stop and the driver Ran Mou did not stop.

At 10:3:32, Liu got up from his seat and went to the right back of Ranmou who was driving. He leaned on the armrest pillar beside Ranmou and criticized Ranmou. Ranmou turned to explain and argue with Liu many times. The dispute between the two sides escalated gradually, and each other had aggressive language. At 10:8:49 seconds, when the vehicle traveled to 348 meters away from the south bridge head of Wanzhou Yangtze River Second Bridge, Liu Mou hit Ran Mou on the right side of his head with his mobile phone. At 10:8:50 seconds, Ran Mou released the steering wheel and hit Liu Mou on the neck with his right hand.

Later, Liu again hit his shoulder with his cell phone. Ran ran with his right arm and grabbed Lius right upper arm. At 10:8:51 seconds, Ran Mou took back his right hand and rushed to the left with his right hand (the speed of the vehicle was 51 kilometers per hour), causing the vehicle to lose control and deviate to the left to cross the central solid line. After colliding with the red car (the speed of the vehicle was 58 kilometers per hour), Ran Mou crashed into the river along the road and broke the barrier.

Two persons are suspected of committing a crime.

There was no abnormal behavior in the life track of the driver several days before he ran something. The night before the accident, the driver Ran Mou had dinner with his parents, did not drink, and returned to his room at 21 oclock. His mental condition was normal. The weather was clear, the road was smooth, no potholes and obstacles, and the line of sight was good. After salvaging and landing, the vehicle was identified by the Judicial Appraisal Institute of Xindao Traffic Accident in Chongqing. The light signal, steering and braking of the vehicle were effective before the accident. The technical condition of the transmission and driving system was normal, and the factors causing the vehicle out of control due to the failure were eliminated.

According to the fact of investigation, passenger Liu Mou had a quarrel with the driving bus driver Ran Mou in the process of taking the bus. He attacked the driving bus driver Ran Mou twice with his mobile phone, which endangered the driving safety of the vehicle and seriously endangered the driving safety of the vehicle. Ran Mou, as a bus driver, had a quarrel with passenger Liu Mou while driving a bus. After being attacked by Liu Mou, he should realize that the act of retaliation and grabbing would seriously endanger the safety of the vehicle. However, he did not take effective measures to ensure the safety of the vehicle. He let the steering wheel open and retaliated against Liu Mou with his right hand, and then partitioned with his right hand. The attack of Liu and the arrest of Liu Mou seriously violated the professional regulations of bus drivers.

In addition, the traffic patrol police detachment of the Public Security Bureau of Wanzhou District of Chongqing issued a message in the official Wechat that at 16:30 on November 2, temporary emergency traffic control was lifted on the second Yangtze River Bridge in Wanzhou and some urban roads, pedestrian traffic was resumed on the second Yangtze River Bridge in Wanzhou, and buses adjusted for temporary emergency traffic control were also restored to their original routes and routes. Site.

Is isolation effective in division disputes?

Yesterday, after the publication of the black box surveillance video on Chongqing Wanzhou River Falling Bus, the focus of public attention has been on the isolation of passengers and how to deal with contradictions in the process of driving.

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Some netizens called for strengthening bus separation.

In the incident video, there is no obvious barrier between the drivers driving area and the passengers standing area of No. 22 bus. Passengers Liu Mou and driver Ran Mou directly engage in assault during the driving process.

Beijing Qingbao reporter learned that there are two types of Wanzhou 22 bus still in operation, the driver driving area is higher than the ground inside the bus. In one type, there is no isolation between the drivers right side and the passengers standing area. In the other type, there is a horizontal isolation bar about 1 meter high between the drivers driving area and the passengers standing area. There is an isolation board between the rear seat of the two models and the passenger seat. The above two forms of divisional passenger isolation are also widely used in other road buses driving in Wanzhou Street.

After the release of the surveillance video, some netizens suggested that the company should set up an isolation zone on the bus or add a safety barrier outside the cab. But some netizens worry that after installing protective doors, it will be difficult to intervene from outside when the driver has an accident in a completely closed state. Some netizens believe that this contradiction can be resolved by configuring safety personnel along with vehicles.

In addition, Beijing Youth Daily reporters learned that in some cities in China, when dealing with disputes between passengers and passengers, drivers are required to fight back, curse back and standard action in case of emergencies should be emergency parking and timely alarm.

After the Wanzhou bus crash in Chongqing, bus companies in other cities have begun to improve safety precautions. According to Nanjing media reports, local bus lines across the river tunnel are equipped with co-ordinators, and some long-distance lines are equipped with crew members, which can effectively ensure that drivers are not disturbed. Nanjing Bus Group said it would further educate bus drivers about safety and complete the installation of buses without cab isolation doors as soon as possible.

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Avoid tragedies again.

Yesterday, Gu Dasong, associate professor of Law School of Southeast University and executive deputy director of the Center for Rule of Law and Development of Transportation, told the Beijing Qingdao newspaper that many buses have some isolation devices near the cab, such as railings, and protective doors are also installed to play an isolation role. However, Gu Dasong believes that installing protective doors is not the only way to avoid disputes or even fights. On the one hand, installing protective doors or equipping security personnel on buses costs a lot. On the other hand, protective doors will cause space division for drivers, causing other inconvenient effects.

As for how to avoid disputes between drivers and passengers, Gu Dasong thinks that other methods can be considered. From the passengers point of view, relevant laws and regulations can be affixed near the bus cab, which can explain clearly the legal liability that passengers may cause to interfere with the normal driving of drivers, and strengthen the propaganda of traffic civilization. From the drivers point of view, bus companies can also strengthen the professional obligations of special occupational groups, and also strengthen the awareness of driversresponsibility.

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Wanzhou 22 bus has had a similar conflict.

Beijing Youth Daily reporter inquiries found that in 2015, there were two clashes between passengers and drivers on the No. 22 bus in Wanzhou, Chongqing. According to local media in Wanzhou, on December 29, 2015, shortly after a passenger got on a No. 22 bus, he found that the bus had left his destination and asked the driver to stop. Because the parking will cause danger, the driver left no consent. As a result, Cheng suddenly started pulling the drivers steering wheel, causing the vehicle to lose control and hit a sidewalk tree and traffic signs. On the day of the incident, Cheng was detained by the Wanzhou District Public Security Bureau. The first trial of Houwanzhou District Court found the defendant Cheng Mou guilty of endangering public security by dangerous means and sentenced him to three yearsimprisonment and three years probation. Shortly before the accident, on the No. 22 bus in Wanzhou, a female passenger was angry at the driver for not listening to the radio and crossed the station, shouting abuse and attacking the driver. Finally, the bus crashed into a street tree, causing damage to the front of the bus, and the passengers were injured to varying degrees. The female passengers were detained after the crash. Similar incidents happened on Wanzhou 10 bus. On May 21, 2015, Pan Mou took a taxi to catch up with and block the bus because he thought the bus had not stopped to carry passengers. After boarding the bus, Panmou pulled the drivers bag, causing the bus to run out of control and hit the road isolation pile, resulting in multiple passengers injured and bus damaged. Finally, the defendant Pan Mou was sentenced to three yearsimprisonment and three years probation for the crime of endangering public security by dangerous means. Source: Beijing Youth Daily editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647

Beijing Youth Daily reporter inquiries found that in 2015, there were two clashes between passengers and drivers on the No. 22 bus in Wanzhou, Chongqing. According to local media in Wanzhou, on December 29, 2015, shortly after a passenger got on a No. 22 bus, he found that the bus had left his destination and asked the driver to stop. Because the parking will cause danger, the driver left no consent. As a result, Cheng suddenly started pulling the drivers steering wheel, causing the vehicle to lose control and hit a sidewalk tree and traffic signs. On the day of the incident, Cheng was detained by the Wanzhou District Public Security Bureau. The first trial of Houwanzhou District Court found the defendant Cheng Mou guilty of endangering public security by dangerous means and sentenced him to three yearsimprisonment and three years probation.

Shortly before the accident, on the No. 22 bus in Wanzhou, a female passenger was angry at the driver for not listening to the radio and crossed the station, shouting abuse and attacking the driver. Finally, the bus crashed into a street tree, causing damage to the front of the bus, and the passengers were injured to varying degrees. The female passengers were detained after the crash.

Similar incidents happened on Wanzhou 10 bus. On May 21, 2015, Pan Mou took a taxi to catch up with and block the bus because he thought the bus had not stopped to carry passengers. After boarding the bus, Panmou pulled the drivers bag, causing the bus to run out of control and hit the road isolation pile, resulting in multiple passengers injured and bus damaged. Finally, the defendant Pan Mou was sentenced to three yearsimprisonment and three years probation for the crime of endangering public security by dangerous means.