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Tuesday, 14 July 2020

Upset Bus Driver In China Deliberately Crashed And Killed 21 People After His House Was Demolished By Government

                                  A bus driver in China deliberately crashed and killed 21 people ...
A Chinese bus driver named Zhang, crashed a bus full of passengers into a reservoir in China, hours after discovering his house had been demolished by the government, according to reports emanating from China.

According to police reports published Monday (Chinese time) and the China Central Television (CCTV), 21 people died and 15 were injured on the 7th of July when the bus swerved across five lanes, smashing through a guard rail.                              
Upset bus driver in China deliberately crashed and killed 21 people after his house was demolished by government (photos)
According to police in Anshun, Guizhou province, South Western China, 5 out of 12 students who were in the bus, died.
"Zhang was unsatisfied with his life and with the demolition of his rented public house. In order to get noticed, he committed an extreme criminal act," the Anshun police statement said.
                  
According to police, Zhang normally began his shift at noon, but on the day of the incident he asked another driver if he could take his slot and start earlier.

Police say just after 9 a.m, he bought a bottle of baijiu, strong Chinese alcohol, before pouring it into a plastic beverage container which he drank. 

At least 200ml of baijiu was found by police near the crash site.

   Chinese driver, 52, DELIBERATELY crashes a bus into a reservoir ... 
Just before the crash, Zhang sent his girlfriend a voice message on messaging app WeChat, expressing "world-weary" feelings.  Before he drove the bus into the reservoir, he was seen by some passengers drinking from the plastic beverage bottle in the driver's seat.
 
Chinese paper, China Daily said that Zhang had been given the rental property when he worked at a diesel engine factory in Anshun's Xixiu district but he hadn't lived there for some time.

Police say he had known the house was marked for demolition as part of a "shantytown reconstruction project," and he had applied for compensation and new housing, but while he was offered $10,360 for losing the house, he didn't claim it and he was turned down for new accommodation, China Daily reports.

On the day he allegedly planned the crash, he had found out in the morning that the house had been demolished, leaving him homeless.

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