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Construction sites in the capital pose dangers, due to unsafe working practices.   

Hanoi construction sites pose risk

 

In November 2014, an iron bar fell from Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro project killed one person instantly and severely injuring several others. 

In mid-2015, at a railway construction site on Ho Tung Mau Street in Hanoi, another 10-metre-long scaffolding bar almost killed two motorbike drivers when it dropped right in front of them. It took place during rush hour and could have turned out to be deadly. 

Most recently, on September 27, a scaffolding pole fell from the 16th floor of a building under construction on Le Van Luong Street in Hanoi’s Thanh Xuan District, killing a woman.      

A construction site in Ha Dong District

Traffic participants under an underway metro project in Cau Giay District   

Cranes and other construction equipment pose dangers to people  

  

On October 11, an iron bar fell from a construction site on Tran Huy Dung Street, damaging a car. Luckily, no one was injured

Source: Dtinews

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