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Statistics show that motorcycle users still contribute to the high number of road accidents during the Ramadan homecoming mass-exodus.
U.S. safety agencies are sending teams to investigate a fatal crash in Florida on Friday involving a Tesla Inc car and a semi-trailer.
A Lion Air plane reportedly skidded off a runway at Pontianak's Supadio Airport, Kalimantan, allegedly due to heavy rain.
Brazilian rescue workers on Saturday searched for roughly 300 missing people after a tailings dam burst at an iron ore mine owned by Vale SA.
The Jakarta Metro Police reported that there were 5,400 traffic accidents that occurred in its jurisdiction from January to November 2018.
A mountain climber guide, Andika Pratama (34), died at the Cartenz Mountain Peak, Papua.
Five killed in British helicopter crash in Afghanistan; British claimed it was an accident but the the incident is currently under investigation.
A woman died while riding a roller coaster at a Six Flags Over amusement park in Arlington, North Texas.
Some poison-center directors have cited the laundry packets' resemblance to candy as a factor in the accident.
Her family was in the middle of a dispute over land acquisition when she was ran over by a bulldozer.
The government has long been warned that the building structure is not safe.
The infant died after being placed on a heavy baggage carousel at Alicante-Elche Airport.
The explosion happened when victim Michel Pierre pulled the handle to test the water pressure on the toilet, bringing him a major trauma.
A bus carrying 51 people, including children, veered off a cliff in Peru Saturday, killing everyone aboard.
A plane carrying parachutists planning to celebrate a birthday with a skydive crashed in Belgium, killing all 11 people aboard.
A bus carrying worshippers to a Buddhist temple in central Thailand crashed into a ravine, killing 23 passengers and injuring 15 others.
A second worker injured in an explosion inside a candy factory died Friday at a hospital, making the total victims into two persons.
Between five and seven people are still believed to be trapped in the debris from Thursday's collapse at the Maxima supermarket, Latvia.
The death toll from two huge blasts caused by a leaked oil from a ruptured pipeline.
Out of 107 passengers and 10 crew members, at least 85 were injured.