Last week, Viet Nam News asked its readers whether they use city buses and if they faced any problems in commuting by bus. Here are some replies Nadja Skale, Slovenian, Tokyo, Japan Your Say This week: During the first half of this month, two headline-grabbing accidents, one after the other, shook the public. On November 7, a truck crashed into two coaches in central Binh Thuan Province, claiming the lives of 10 people and injuring 23. One of the two coaches turned into a blazing inferno in a heartbeat causing many of the deaths. A witness told local media that a girl with half her body stuck in the coach desperately begged the helpless rescue crew to amputate her legs to get her out but they could do nothing but watch the tragedy unfold. Four days earlier, in the heart of Ha Noi, a gas explosion caused a house to collapse and the attending rescue team failed to save two children trapped under the rubble. Faster and more efficient rescue techniques may have led to a happier ending to this tale. These two accidents should be a wake-up call to rescue authorities. While paramedics and rescue training are highly refined…
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