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Foreigner Killed After Driving Motorbike Into Wall In HCMC

On Sunday morning, a foreign man was killed at the intersection of Điện Biên Phủ and Đinh Tiên Hoàng Streets in District 1, reports Thanh Nien.

The accident occurred at around 5:45am when the man, who was speeding down the one-way section of Đinh Tiên Hoàng Street, swerved to avoid an oncoming motorbike, driving onto the sidewalk and hitting a wall, according to witnesses.

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The man died instantly after being thrown from the bike onto the street and has not been identified as he wasn’t carrying any identification.

A motorbike driver and lottery ticket seller were reportedly also injured and police are investigating the incident.

Drive safe, Saigoneers. 

[Thanh Nien]

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