Six people were injured when five vehicles, including a patrol car and a taxi, collided on Incheon Boulevard while trying to avoid a woman in her 50s who stepped into the road.
Six cars also collided in a row on the Jungbu Expressway, and in Pohang, a captain in his 60s who went missing while fishing was found dead two days later.
Reporter Shim Woo-young.

The moment a car traveling on the second lane switches lanes.

It hits a car traveling in the first lane and then a patrol car in the next lane.

At around 2:10 a.m. today, six people were injured in a five-vehicle crash near the Gajwa interchange on Incheon Expressway.

Police believe the chain-reaction accident was caused by a driver trying to avoid a woman in her 50s who suddenly walked into the first lane of the highway earlier in the day.

Towing trucks are carrying away mangled passenger cars, and cars are badly smashed on the chaotic road.

At around 11:10 p.m. last night, six passenger cars collided one after another near the Daejeon-directional Daeson interchange on the Jungbu Expressway.

Five people, including the driver, were injured, and police believe the accident occurred when a car traveling on the second lane changed lanes to the first lane.

Interview (☎): Police official

  • “There are five injured, and they say they stumbled and hit this vehicle that was traveling in the first lane.”

At around 8:23 a.m. today, a man in his 60s was found dead at a fishing park in Guryongpo, Pohang.

The man was identified as the captain of a 4-ton fishing boat that ran aground and went missing while fishing in the sea near Guryongpo at around 9:41 a.m. on the 19th.

Interview (☎): Coast Guard official

  • “We did it both ways because the search is at sea and can be washed ashore. The discovery was made by a villager who was passing by.”

At around 2:41 a.m. today, a fire broke out in a family home in the building of a table tennis center in Jangseong-dong, Pohang, and was put out in 30 minutes안전놀이터.

In the fire, a woman in her 50s and a man in her 60s who were in the house are being treated for second- and first-degree burns, respectively.

This is MBN News’ Shim Woo-young.

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