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Driving a bus killed two TW of diners, the driver said the opposite lights can not see clearly

Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     27 Oct 2020
The bus driver who killed two TW diners in the southern part of sydney earlier last year using his cell phone to listen to music a few minutes before the diner today argued in the court that he had hit the motorcycle in front of him because of the "blind eye" of the strong light from the opposite vehicle.
Driving a bus killed two TW of diners, the driver said the opposite lights can not see clearly

The bus driver charged with dangerous driving causing death continued to be heard at the court

The bus driver who killed two TW diners in the southern part of sydney earlier last year using his cell phone to listen to music a few minutes before the diner today argued in the court that he had hit the motorcycle in front of him because of the "blind eye" of the strong light from the opposite vehicle.

Chen Guanwei, a 32-year-old rider who was hit on a motorcycle in Kingsgrove district on January 28,2019, Chen Guan Wei) bounce into front of an oncoming car and curl up under the wheel after being hit by it, And Xu Shupu, a 44-year-old Uber Eats diner sitting behind a Toymour, Su-Po Hsu) were crashed 50 meters away, Hit the road hard. Both died car accident the scene.

New state bus company (State Transit) bus driver rojas (Luis Rojas) was acciused guilty of two dangerous driving offences, but he refused to plead guilty friday at the sydney district court when the case began.

A jury was in court today to watch the prosecution broadcast footage of the car accident recorded by closed-circuit television cameras inside the bus. The 50-year-old driver of the Roselands district, who was driving an empty bus leave the bus parking lot, went to a shift place three and a half minutes before hitting the motorcycle, connected his cell phone with the bus's audio system with a wire, then fiddled with his glasses several times and read several sheets of paper.

The prosecutor, Kim Bell (Roger Kimbell), asked Rogers at the court today ," You're completely distracted, are n' t you? "

The defendant replied ," I did not. As I said, we must look into the dangerous situation on the road. "

In yesterday's hearing, mr rojas told the jury that, as a professional driver, it was necessary to keep an eye on possible road hazards to ensure a timely response when "children, the elderly ", and others might suddenly emerge.

"I knew what was going on earlier ," he told the jury today. "

He claims that when he was driving to the top of the slope, the headlights of the head-on car blinded his eyes to the motorcycle ahead ," until the last minute ".

"The light made me invisible. "

"You're just making up, are n' t you? "

"I didn't make it up ," he replied. "

A policeman who arrived at the scene on the night of the accident to deal with the case told the jury yesterday that Rojas had told him that he had not seen Chen and Xu ," until it was too late ".

In his testimony, the officer said the bus driver seemed to be in a panic and shocked.

court is continuing the case.

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