<Anchor>



At dawn on the 11th, a car driving on a road in Anyang, Gyeonggi-do overturned.

At the time of the accident, the driver was at the level of revocation.

In Gumi, North Gyeongsang Province, a truck caught fire, causing severe traffic congestion in the area.



Reporter Han Seong-hee, news of incidents and accidents.



<Reporter>



A white car is overturned in the middle of the road.



A man came out of the car and grabbed his head.



At around 3 am this morning, a car collided with a road facility and overturned at Gyewon Daesa Street in Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do.



The driver of the vehicle, a man in his 30s, was not seriously injured, but his blood alcohol level was found to be over 0.08%, which is the level of license revocation.



[Anyang Dongan Police Station Traffic Investigation Officer: Drunk accident, drunk accident.

(License) revocation number, and single accident (without a passenger).]



The police who charged the driver with drunk driving will further investigate the exact cause of the accident.



---



At around 6 pm yesterday evening, a 7.5 ton truck broke out on the Jungbu Naeryuk Expressway in the direction of Changwon, Okseong-myeon, Gumi-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do.



[Highway Patrol Team 3rd Division Staff: The rear wheel lining got hot, and the wheel caught fire...

.]



The driver evacuated in a hurry and no one was injured, but as the firefighting work took place for 1 hour and 40 minutes, traffic was controlled, resulting in severe congestion.



[Lee Hwidam/Informant: He kept turning off the lights.

A lot of cars are pushed into the opposite lane...

.]



The Fire Department is investigating the exact cause of the fire.



---



A fire broke out at a recycling warehouse in Songpo-dong, Sacheon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do around the same time.



The fire was transferred to waste in the warehouse and took seven and a half hours to extinguish.



The fire department said that there were no casualties as all the staff and others evacuated immediately after the fire broke out.

Keywords: