Overseas Network, December 23rd According to a report by South Korea’s JTBC TV station, at about 10 p.m. local time on the 22nd, a woman in her 30s drove a car and crashed into the U.S. military base in South Korea in Longshan District, Seoul, causing damage to the walls of the base and leaving a big hole.
This is the second incident in December this year that South Korean people drove into a U.S. military base.
South Korean police said that the woman’s car crashed with a 60-year-old man’s van and rushed to the U.S. military base in South Korea, causing minor injuries to the female driver.
South Korean police also said that neither driver drank alcohol, and the specific cause of the incident was still under investigation.
According to an earlier report on overseas.com, on the evening of December 6 this year, the gate of the naval combat headquarters in Busan, South Korea, was hit by a car.
The perpetrator tried to escape, stopped by the people on the spot and handed over to the police. It is understood that the man who caused the accident was in his 20s and drove under the influence of alcohol. At the time of the accident, a soldier was riding with him.