Terloops – hoe lyk ‘n eerste wereld stad (stede), in vergelyking met dit wat ons vandag in Suid-Afrika het – dis pateties dat die ANC en ander ons letterlik in die grond in bestuur tot niks nie. Sien die tweede video hiernaas, dis ongelooflik om dit te sien. Daardie burgers moet baie trots wees op sulke resultate.
Instead, it traveled just a couple miles before inexplicably turning into a small bay and heading straight for the Gwangan Bridge, a double-deck structure that stands as the second longest span in the country. KCG officials tracking regular ship traffic saw the deviation and radioed the ship to turn around, but JoongAng Ilbo reports the captain appeared to neither speak nor understand English well enough to respond.
What the video doesn’t show, unfortunately, is that the Seagrand then fled the scene like a regular old hit-and-run. Of course, it was still being tracked by the Korea Coast Guard like any other merchant vessel, so a squad of four patrol boats quickly intercepted the damaged ship and forced it back into port. That’s when authorities breathalyzed the captain and saw his blood alcohol content was 0.086 percent—the legal limit in this situation is 0.03. Though it’s unclear whether he was actually at the controls of the Seagrand at the time of the accident, the unnamed captain was still arrested on charges of sailing under the influence, as the vessel’s direction and safety are ultimately his responsibilities. Authorities also suspect the Seagrand struck a docked cruise ship as it made its way out of Busan before hitting the bridge, portions of which will remain closed through the weekend as the damage is fully assessed.
Gwangan Bridge, the longest bridge over the ocean in South Korea : Driving in Busan [광안대교 드라이브]