accidents killed nearly three people a day in Ho Chi Minh City last year, with
940 people counted dead in the city's 1,123 road wrecks, along with another 495
in Ho Chi Minh City caused 783 accidents, killing 649 and injuring 365 in total
last year, accounting for most of the traffic accidents and related casualties
recorded in the southern hub.
Traffic Safety Agency's latest report showed that motorbike-caused accidents
made up 69.7 percent of traffic accidents in the city, while the deaths and
injuries accounted for 69.6 and 75.1 percent of the city's total figures,
currently has some four million motorbikes out of nearly 4.9 million registered
has set up objective to cut down on the number of motorbikes for years, yet
latest statistics showed that nearly 1,000 motorbikes are registered every day,
increasing more than 10 percent year-on-year.
mention that some one million motorbikes from other provinces circulate in the
city every day.