Over 1,350 people die in traffic accidents in first two months

01/03/2019 19:49

A total of 2,822 traffic accidents occurred across Vietnam in the last two months from December 16, 2018 to February 15, 2019, leaving 1,356 deaths and 2,169 injured, according to reports from the Ministry of Public Security and the Vietnam Maritime Administration.

Tet traffic accidents kill 135

10/02/2019 12:44

Statistics from the Traffic Police Department under the Ministry of Public Security show that in the week ending on February 4, the whole country saw 214 traffic accidents which took the lives of 135 people and injured 189 others.

‘Road of Death’ a testament to rash driving

09/05/2017 15:42

The shocking traffic accident that claimed 13 lives last weekend in the Central Highlands, and several such mishaps of late, underscore a failure to check rash driving at many levels.  

Efforts to enhance year-end traffic safety

03/11/2016 13:42

PSNews-Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh, Chairman of the National Traffic Safety Committee signed Dispatch 23/CĐ-UBATGTQG on methods to ensure traffic order and safety in the last quarter of 2016.

Lorry driver was deserved to a Heroic Cross by saving passengers in a bus

22/09/2016 09:10

PSN (Đà Lạt City)-On Wednesday morning, Vietnam President Trần Đại Quang’s authorization, Mr. Đoàn Văn Việt, President of People' committee of Lâm Đồng Province deserved a Heroic Cross for driver Phan Văn Bắc, 30 age, living in 6th Village, Đạ Oai commune, Đạ Huoai district, Lâm Đông province.

Investigate traffic collision causing death policeman

14/09/2016 11:30

On September 11, Police of Ha Noi’s Tay Ho district announced, related to collision between a motorcycle and a car that killed a policeman, were temporarily seized a car with registration number 30A-669.02 and invited Nguyen Van Lang, driver (29, residing in Lieu Giai ward, Ba Dinh district) to the police office to clarify the case.

Holiday surge for hospitals

05/05/2017 09:36

More than 6,500 people were admitted to hospitals in HCM City over the recent four-day holiday because of traffic accidents, physical fights, and food poisoning, among other reasons, according to the city’s Health Department.