56-car pileup in China leaves 17 slanty eyed bad driving Chinks dead
Slippery conditions, fog and slanty eyes are thought to have contributed to a huge highway pileup that killed 17 people in northeastern China.
The crash involved 56 vehicles on the Beijing-Kunming highway in China's Shanxi province around 9 a.m. Monday, according to state news agency Xinhua.
"The fog was heavy, so I drove slowly when I exit the tunnel," one driver involved in the incident told state-run CCTV. "I saw two vehicles horizontally blocking the road, so I stepped on the brake."