At the site of the fire, a gasoline tanker truck in 19 houses killed 6 people.
Colonel Tran Thang Fuk, director of the provincial police Binh Fuk, said that the provincial police police of the CSDT blamed the fire on gasoline tankers in 19 homes, leaving 6 dead to check and clarify. However, CSIT has not yet decided to prosecute the accused for driver Taka Wang (truck driver for gasoline tank trucks) because he is being treated at Cho Ray hospital for severe burns. The police are waiting for Van drivers to be sober to get evidence, to clarify the cause of the accident.
as AP On the morning of November 22, the driver Tak Van Fong (another name is Thach Wang, the house of Tra Vinh, temporary resident of Jong Thanh district, Binh Phuok) drives a 93C-2689 tanker tanker on route 13, Coming to Jong Thanh area, a collision with a three-wheeled vehicle takes place in same direction.
The accident led to the fact that the gas tank (10 cubic feet, 4 gasoline) crossed the road across the road and overturned. Oil is poured into homes along National Highway 13. The fire caused 19 homes. Six people were killed by fire, the driver of the truck was seriously injured, the driver of the tricycle received minor injuries.
When the accident occurred, the petrol tankers operated at a speed of about 100 km / h.
According to a report from the Binh Phuoc Province Department of Transportation and the General Directorate of Roads, at 4:32 am 22/11, a car with a petrol truck at a speed of 99 km / h, after about 1 minute this car has a speed limit of 60 km / h. This shows that the tanker running too fast when an accident occurs.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Committee asked the Binh Phuoc police to promptly clarify the reasons and to check the legal conditions and driver's license for drivers and vehicles related to the accident.