Hannam Bridge 'Kick' is found… Police review hit, hit and run
Electric kickboard drivers who pop out on the road are called kicks. Recently, a video of a person riding an electric kickboard at the Hannam Bridge in Seoul was an issue.
Electric kickboard drivers who pop out on the road are called kicks. Recently, a video of a person riding an electric kickboard at the Hannam Bridge in Seoul was an issue. The police have found this driver and are considering a hit.
I'm Jung Hye-kyung.
Hannam Bridge in Seoul last night.
A motorbike is running in one lane, and suddenly an electric kickboard appears across the road on the right.
The motorcyclist hurriedly slows down, but eventually hits the kickboard and splits off the road.
The electric kickboard driver reportedly had an accident and escaped in the opposite direction beyond the center separator.
Netizens blamed when a driver behind a motorcycle posted a black box video to an online community at the time of the accident.
The police decided to identify and identify the driver Kim Mo through a kickboard sharing company.
[Police official: So-called Hit and Run is an escape runner, but at that time, I should consider the intention and then I should investigate (to examine whether the charges are applied).]
Under current law, electric wheels or kickboards can also be used for hit and run charges if you leave the scene without handling the accident.
The number of users is increasing so that there are sharing companies everywhere, and related accidents are increasing rapidly.
The Korea Highway Traffic Authority estimates that the number of accidents caused by electric wheel and electric kickboard drivers is nearly twice as high as a year.
(Video coverage: Ju Yong-jin, Video editing: Park Ki-deok)