14 killed in a road accident in China

The accident happened after a heavy truck lost control and crashed into a line of vehicles waiting at a toll station in the northwestern province of Gansu

Large car pile-up on expressway in China kills at least 14 people

In this Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, the aftermath of a highway accident is seen in Lanzhou in northwestern China's Gansu province.

The pile-up occurred on Saturday after a heavy truck lost control and crashed into a line of vehicles waiting at a toll station on the Lanzhou-Haikou Expressway, state-run China Daily reported on Sunday.

At least 15 people have died after a truck lost control and ploughed into cars at a toll booth in northwest China.

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The accidents follow a dramatic bus crash on October 28 in southwestern China that killed 15 people.

The truck driver, who was only slightly injured in the crash, is under police guard and is being investigated.

The passenger, only identified as a 48-year-old woman with the surname Liu, was angry at the driver for missing her stop, police said.

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The driver of the truck, who sustained minor injuries, told police the vehicle had a brake failure as he was travelling downhill.

Investigation into the cause of the accident is underway, the report said.

In the meantime, Gansu provincial authorities have ordered risky sections of expressways to be inspected.

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