Woman pinned under a bus, rescued by a dozen locals in Ho Chi Minh City

By Dang Hanh, Thanh Nien News

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A dozen locals trying to push and lift the front part of a bus on, rescuing two riders scrolled into the bus ground. Photo credit: Tuoi Tre A dozen locals trying to push and lift the front part of a bus on, rescuing two riders scrolled into the bus ground. Photo credit: Tuoi Tre
A cyclist has been rescued by a dozen locals in Ho Chi Minh City after she was pinned under the front of a bus and had both of her legs crushed.
The incident took place on Saturday morning on Nguyen Dinh Chieu, a busy street in District 3. 
The bus reportedly bumped into a group of vehicles riding in front of it. The female cyclist and another motorbike rider ended up under the bus, with the latter slightly injured. 
Locals and passers-by had to lift the bus to rescue them. They sent the cyclist to hospital immediately to save her legs. 
Police said they are investigation into the cause.

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