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Hong Kong cab driver dies after crashing into barrier on West Kowloon Corridor

A Hong Kong cab driver died on Wednesday night after crashing into a traffic barrier on the West Kowloon Corridor near Cheung Sha Wan.

Two female passengers in the taxi escaped uninjured, according to local media.

Police said the force received a report about the accident at about 10pm. The crash took place on the section of the corridor near Fat Tseung Street.

The male driver was sent to Caritas Medical Centre in Sham Shui Po, where he was certified dead.

This article originally appeared on the South China Morning Post (SCMP).

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