Update: Driver in U.S. Embassy Accident Returns to the United States

Update: Driver in U.S. Embassy Accident Returns to the United States
Jun 13, 2016 By eChinacities.com

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The driver of the U.S. Embassy vehicle involved in an accident in Beijing this past Wednesday has returned to the United States. A representative from the U.S. Embassy has apologized and agreed to compensate those injured and for any damages incurred in the accident.

Beijing traffic police stated that it will follow-up on the Embassy’s promise in order to safeguard the rights and interests of the Chinese victims in the accident.

The Beijing Traffic Management Bureau and Chaoyang traffic police have set up a special team to investigate the incident.

The Embassy vehicle collided with a private car near Sanyuan East Bridge. The owner of the private car said that she had tried to block the vehicle’s path so the driver could not leave the scene, but she fell and was injured when the car refused to stop.

Source: inews.qq.com 

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police will insure everyone gets their cut

Jun 14, 2016 15:15 Report Abuse