Minister of Transport Ho Nghia Dung of Vietnam

Dung has apologized for the collapse of the bridge.
Dung says the accidents pain him, and should send an alarm to all related agencies and to every community.
Dung said the government would establish safety lanes to try to tackle the chaos.
HA NOI Three and four-wheels cars that have been modified to meet the needs of disabled drivers will be allowed to use public highways until the end of this year, Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung has announced.
Dung said the ban on self-modified vehicles was designed to improve road safety for all.
Dung said heavy rains the night before may have weakened the structure.
Dung said construction would resume as soon as the site was cleared and safe.
Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung said the airport had been handling over 75% of the country's international passengers.
In addition, Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has privately urged Vinalines to accelerate its privatization efforts.