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Crash leads to call for more patrols

By Cao Yin | China Daily | Updated: 2015-04-15 07:18

Two luxury cars collide in chase that reached 160 km/h; vehicles totaled and driver injured

Illegal road racing can be minimized or prevented if police strengthen patrols at night, and use technology to monitor traffic, experts said after two luxury cars collided while chasing each other in Beijing.

Traffic police must increase supervision in an effort to discourage both road racing and competitive driving, said Tai Yunqi, deputy director of the public security department at the People's Public Security University of China, on Tuesday.

Crash leads to call for more patrols

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