Police Release Data From Fatal Nanjing Accident: 195.2 KPH

Police Release Data From Fatal Nanjing Accident 195 KPH

Police recently released data about the fatal car crash in Nanjing on June 20th. According to their calculations, the BMW involved was traveling at 195.2 kph as it ran a red light, going straight through the intersection from the left-turn lane, causing the fatal accident.

Due to the large period of time it took police to release the data, some netizens suspect foul play behind the scenes, with one netizen saying “At first the police were being very secretive, only releasing the speed data days after. Could it be that another person was covering for the driver? Don’t blame us for guessing, too many parts of this don’t add up.”

Source: Sina

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  • Bman

    Somewhere in China a guy drove really fast.
    Thanks for the info.

    • Amused

      And apparently he wasn’t very good at it. Who’da thunk it?

  • lacompacida

    According to initial police report, that was only slightly above speed limit.

    • James

      you must really love chinese people

      • Alex Dương

        I’ve never minded lacompacida’s anti-CCP posts, as the tongue-in-cheekness is obvious and intended. The problem is that he sometimes says really stupid shit, and I don’t know if that’s part of the “act” or not.

  • WghUk

    The (very rich) family of the BMW driver must have been involved with the investigation…

  • MonkeyMouth

    mental illness to blame again?

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