The original title drops in response to the "woman's alleged hostage": the division took the lead to panic and did not stop.
Some Weibo netizens posted that they were suspected of being hijacked by the driver when they were traveling on the drip, contacting the drip customer service, one-button alarm and other methods did not get substantive help, and eventually forced the driver to stop with the threat of jumping to get off the bus. Guangzhou Traffic Commission reported that the vehicle involved did not obtain a transport permit, the driver Lu did not obtain a license to engage in the network.
On the evening of September 10, the public relations officer responded to the surging news (www.thepaper.cn) by saying that the order was a carpool form and that the platform had imposed a permanent ban on the driver concerned because of disputes over the location and route of the carpool and the failure to stop in time according to the passenger's request. After verification, the driver has no criminal record and other illegal activities.
On Sept. 7, a micro blogger, Peia Wikipedia, posted that she and another female passenger were carpooling on the dripping platform at noon. The driver suspected they were mentally ill and took them all the way up the highway. They asked for a stop and the driver did not slow down.
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According to the poster, a female passenger of the same trade called the customer service, and she asked her husband to call the police by micro-mail. Her husband contacted the platform and alerted the police, but the platform said the license plate number could not be searched. In desperation, she uses the drop page of a button alarm button, but after the connection to know that a key alarm did not report the relevant vehicle information, location, etc. to the police, resulting in the police need to verify the relevant information on the phone. Because she was afraid of provoking the driver, she could not tell it in detail, so she had to hang up the phone.
The netizen said that after an hour of torment, the car got off the viaduct, and when the traffic was dense and the speed was slow, they took the opportunity to quickly unbutton their seat belts and slap the door threatening the driver to jump before he stopped.
On the evening of September 10, Guangzhou Traffic Commission official Weibo @ Guangzhou Traffic Notice said that on September 7, Weibo netizens said that they were hijacked by the driver when they took a taxi engagement with the company. On the way, they contacted the company's customer service and alerted the police without substantive help, and eventually forced the driver to stop with the threat of jumping. You can get the following train. Upon learning of the relevant information, the municipal transportation department immediately contacted passenger Ms. Zhang to understand the matter, and promptly supervised the drip company to cooperate with the incident investigation.
According to the circular, on the day of the incident, Ms. Zhang made an appointment to travel by net through the dripping platform, and then she had a dispute with the driver because of the pickup location and the driving route. Ms. Zhang didn't get a transport license for the Guangdong AG21M0 provided by the drip company, and the driver, Lv Mou, didn't get a license for the online contract. On September 10, the municipal transportation department issued a Notice of Case Handling to the company in accordance with the law, because the company was suspected of violating the regulations of "providing service drivers did not obtain the Internet Reservation Taxi Driver's License" and "providing service vehicles did not obtain the Internet Reservation Taxi Transportation Certificate".
The municipal traffic department said that it would continue to strengthen the supervision and management of the network contract vehicles in accordance with the law, urge the platform companies to standardize their operations, strictly observe the safety bottom line, clean up irregular vehicles and drivers, strictly enforce the access of drivers, and do a good job in driver training and education; at the same time, it would continue to increase the investigation and punishment of all kinds of violations of the network contract vehicles and platform companies. To purify the market environment.
On the evening of September 10, the public relations officers responded to the surging news that the order was a carpool form. The driver, a 45-year-old Guangzhou native, had a terrible social impact because of a dispute with his carpool mate over the pickup position and route and failed to stop in time according to the passenger's request. The platform has permanently banned the drivers. After verification, the driver has no criminal record and other illegal activities. The platform will continue to enhance driver training, increase drivers' safety concept and protect passengers' safety.
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