Truck driver expresses his 'deepest apologies' for Taiwan train derailment that left 48 dead

Published Apr 05 2021 at 9:11 AM GMT
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  • The construction site manager whose truck slid onto a railway track and led to a train derailment in Taiwan on Friday that left nearly 50 dead expressed his "sincerest apologies" as he was led away from his home by police on Sunday.
  • Lee Yi-hsiang had tears in his eyes as he addressed reporters gathered outside his home.
  • "I deeply regret this and express my deepest apologies.
  • I will definitely cooperate with the prosecutors and police in the investigation, accept the responsibility that should be borne, and never shirk it.
  • Finally, I once again express my sincerest apologies," Lee said, according to Reuters.




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  • Published Apr 5, 2021 9:11 AM GMT