Early today (13th) in Yangju, Gyeonggi-do, a man ran dangerously with the wind off the rear wheel. I even ran into a patrol car that was dispatched, but when I caught it, it turned out to be a drug dealer.
Correspondent Kim Min-jung.
A black car with its rear wheels down is running fast with sparks.
Police officers get out of the following patrol car and run to the car.
The police tracked down a car running in Yangju, Gyeonggi-do around 1:40 a.m. today, with the wind on both rear wheels completely missing.
After a 500-meter chase, the vehicle was stopped and attempted to run away as it collided with a patrol car.
In the end, the police arrested the driver of the vehicle, 56-year-old Mo Kim, after breaking the vehicle window with a three-stage stick.
As a result of the police investigation, it was revealed that Kim was guilty of 45 criminals including drugs, but he is refusing to test for drugs.
[경찰 관계자 : (마약 검사는) 본인이 거부를 했어요. 그래서 따로 영장을 받아야 될 것 같고요.]
The police plan to apply for a search and seizure warrant and an arrest warrant for Kim.
[말씀드리겠습니다. 열차 단전 관계로 현재 열차가….]
At around 12 noon today, power supply was cut off in some sections of the Suin Line of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway.
Some passengers were stuck on the train for more than 20 minutes as the downlink line between Songdo Station and Incheon Station was cut off.
[승객/인천행 수인선 탑승 : 사람들이 앞칸으로 이동하면서 기관사분한테 문 좀 열어달 라고 그랬거든요. 그래서 기관사가 수동으로 하나씩 열어 주셨어요.]
The power was restored around 2:20 in the afternoon, but as the up-and-down trains operated on one track for over two hours, the train service interval was significantly delayed.
KORAIL said it is investigating the cause of the power outage.
(Video coverage: Lim Dong-guk, video editing: Kim Jong-tae)