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Fatal traffic accident in Tin Shui Wai

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Fatal traffic accident in Tin Shui Wai
HK

HK

Fatal traffic accident in Tin Shui Wai

2024-06-15 16:23 Last Updated At:06-16 02:25

Elderly man dies in fatal traffic accident in tin shui wai - bus driver arrested for careless driving - police investigation underway

Police are investigating a fatal traffic accident in Tin Shui Wai today (June 15) in which a man died.

At about 10.30am, a private bus driven by a 64-year-old man was travelling along Tin Lung Road towards Tin Shing Road. When approaching Tin Kwai Road, it reportedly crossed the lane and stopped abruptly before the traffic light. A 92-year-old male passenger was then found collapsed on a seat.

Sustaining no superficial injury, the male passenger was rushed to Tin Shui Wai Hospital in unconscious state and was certified dead at 11.15am.

The male driver was arrested for careless driving and is being detained for enquiries.

Investigation by the Special Investigation Team of Traffic, New Territories North is underway.

Anyone who witnessed the accident or has any information to offer is urged to contact the investigating officers on 3661 3800.

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HKSAR Government highly concerned about Microsoft system outage

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government is highly concerned about the massive technical outage of Microsoft system today (July 19) and has assigned the Deputy Chief Secretary for Administration (DCS) to monitor the situation. The DCS has asked government departments to closely keep in view developments under their purview and be prepared to make prompt response as well as immediate reports where necessary. The DCS will also give instructions as necessary.

The operation of government systems has remained normal and no incident report is received from departments in relation to their systems (including critical infrastructures under their purview). As regards individual airlines whose systems are affected by the Microsoft system outage, the Hong Kong International Airport has immediately activated the emergency response system to minimise the impact of the incident on travellers.

The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer has communicated with Microsoft and urged the company to release solution to the public and provide support to affected users as soon as possible.

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