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Pics shows: Before the accident; This is the shocking moment a driver distracted looking for his mobile phone slams into a road worker who was in clear view in front of him. Dashcam footage from the unnamed driver???s car shows him turning onto the relatively empty road as the workman, surnamed Zhou, slowly appears larger and larger in front of him as he gets closer. The accident happened in Yixing City in East China???s Jiangsu Province, where the workman had been busy on the road but did not set up any traffic cones to warn approaching cars. Despite being able to see Zhou at least 150 feet away, the driver continues straight and does not turn left or right or even brake and slams directly into the victim, sending him crashing into the windscreen before flying out onto the road. Yixing City police said the victim had no vital signs when they arrived and paramedics declared him dead shortly after. When arrested, the driver admitted that he had been looking for his mobile phone when the accident happened. The device had slid off the dash and fallen onto the passenger seat, and he was reaching for it when the collision occurred, he said in a statement to police. The driver now faces manslaughter charges, but no date has been set for his trial yet.
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Pics shows: The vehicle that hit the workman; This is the shocking moment a driver distracted looking for his mobile phone slams into a road worker who was in clear view in front of him. Dashcam footage from the unnamed driver???s car shows him turning onto the relatively empty road as the workman, surnamed Zhou, slowly appears larger and larger in front of him as he gets closer. The accident happened in Yixing City in East China???s Jiangsu Province, where the workman had been busy on the road but did not set up any traffic cones to warn approaching cars. Despite being able to see Zhou at least 150 feet away, the driver continues straight and does not turn left or right or even brake and slams directly into the victim, sending him crashing into the windscreen before flying out onto the road. Yixing City police said the victim had no vital signs when they arrived and paramedics declared him dead shortly after. When arrested, the driver admitted that he had been looking for his mobile phone when the accident happened. The device had slid off the dash and fallen onto the passenger seat, and he was reaching for it when the collision occurred, he said in a statement to police. The driver now faces manslaughter charges, but no date has been set for his trial yet.
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Pics shows: The workman got hit; This is the shocking moment a driver distracted looking for his mobile phone slams into a road worker who was in clear view in front of him. Dashcam footage from the unnamed driver???s car shows him turning onto the relatively empty road as the workman, surnamed Zhou, slowly appears larger and larger in front of him as he gets closer. The accident happened in Yixing City in East China???s Jiangsu Province, where the workman had been busy on the road but did not set up any traffic cones to warn approaching cars. Despite being able to see Zhou at least 150 feet away, the driver continues straight and does not turn left or right or even brake and slams directly into the victim, sending him crashing into the windscreen before flying out onto the road. Yixing City police said the victim had no vital signs when they arrived and paramedics declared him dead shortly after. When arrested, the driver admitted that he had been looking for his mobile phone when the accident happened. The device had slid off the dash and fallen onto the passenger seat, and he was reaching for it when the collision occurred, he said in a statement to police. The driver now faces manslaughter charges, but no date has been set for his trial yet.
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Pics shows: The workman got hit; This is the shocking moment a driver distracted looking for his mobile phone slams into a road worker who was in clear view in front of him. Dashcam footage from the unnamed driver???s car shows him turning onto the relatively empty road as the workman, surnamed Zhou, slowly appears larger and larger in front of him as he gets closer. The accident happened in Yixing City in East China???s Jiangsu Province, where the workman had been busy on the road but did not set up any traffic cones to warn approaching cars. Despite being able to see Zhou at least 150 feet away, the driver continues straight and does not turn left or right or even brake and slams directly into the victim, sending him crashing into the windscreen before flying out onto the road. Yixing City police said the victim had no vital signs when they arrived and paramedics declared him dead shortly after. When arrested, the driver admitted that he had been looking for his mobile phone when the accident happened. The device had slid off the dash and fallen onto the passenger seat, and he was reaching for it when the collision occurred, he said in a statement to police. The driver now faces manslaughter charges, but no date has been set for his trial yet.
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