A motorcyclist and his passenger have regained consciousness in Princess Margaret Hospital after a smash with a light goods vehicle which saw them fighting for their lives.
Investigations are ongoing, but it appears the motorcylce collided with the LGV on Kwai Chung Road, near the juntion with Kwai On Road. The motorcyclist and the passenger sustained multiple injuries and were taken unconscious to hospital.
According to police, the 60-year-old LGV driver was arrested at the scene for dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm. He has been released on bail and must report back to the police in March.
Year-to-date in 2020, according to police press releases, there have been 13 deaths on Hong Kong’s roads, 10 of whom were pedestrians and 2 of whom were motorcyclists.
Categories: Law and Enforcement, On the Roads