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Empty streets can be lethal, police warn

Chen Huizhi
An e-bike rider is killed and another two are seriously injured after ignoring traffic rules and being involved in collisions with other vehicles on city's unusually quiet streets.?
Chen Huizhi

A deliveryman was killed and another two were injured in two traffic accidents this month, Shanghai traffic police said on Wednesday.

Both accidents involved e-bike riders going through intersections against a red light. 

At 12:30am on February 8, a deliveryman surnamed Hu working for online grocery shopping platform 100.me collided with a car at the intersection of Yejin Road and Shebei Highway in Songjiang District. He was killed at the scene, police said.

Empty streets can be lethal, police warn
Shanghai traffic police

A deliveryman surnamed Zhu, who works for Freshippo, was injured after a collision with a car at the intersection of Xianan Road and Gaoke Road W. in the Pudong New Area at 11:50am on February 9. Zhu broke bones in his right leg and suffered head injuries.

After the collision with Zhu, the car then hit a man surnamed Liu who was riding his e-bike in the wrong lane. Liu suffered fractures to his ribs and neck and had a brain hemorrhage, police said.

Empty streets can be lethal, police warn
Shanghai traffic police

Police warn people not to ignore the traffic rules even when Shanghai streets are quieter than usual due to the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic.

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