A major traffic accident occurred at Lanhai expressway, killing 15 people and injuring 44 others.
On the evening of 3, traffic accident occurred at Lanzhou South toll station of Lanhai expressway. According to reports, 14 people have died.
According to rescue workers on the scene, at 19:21 on the 3rd, a heavy truck at Lanzhou South Toll Station of Lanhai Expressway ran out of control and crashed into a row of vehicles waiting for payment. At present, 14 people have been killed and 27 injured. Xinhua News Agency reporters rushed to the scene at the first time. According to the reporters observation, 31 cars collided at the scene.
Lanzhou highway accident caused 15 deaths and 44 injuries: my car was destroyed instantly.
Last night, a major road traffic accident happened at Lanzhou South Toll Station on Lanhai Expressway. A truck ran out of control and crashed into 31 vehicles, killing 15 people and injuring 44. The authorities rushed to the scene for the first time overnight. The driver was reported to be under the control of the public security organ and was under investigation. Field investigation, accident cause investigation and other work are in progress.
Lanhai high-speed accident occurred on the downhill slope of 17 km.
Since September 16, 2013, Lanzhou Municipal Government has imposed new regulations on the restriction of large trucks on urban roads, which has resulted in a large number of large trucks leaving Lanlin Expressway to enter Lanzhou City and waiting for early morning traffic at 0 to 2 kilometers of Lanlin Expressway. This phenomenon has caused highway congestion and serious safety hazards. On November 9, 2013, the reporter learned from the Hanjiahe Brigade, the first team of the expressway, that the Hanjiahe Brigade had reported the situation to Gansu Provincial Public Security Bureau in response to the detention problem of large trucks at Lanlin Expressway, and that the provincial department would coordinate the relevant departments to negotiate and solve the problem so as to avoid punching in the 17 km long downhill section of the Lanlin Expressway. Accidents cause mass casualties.