2-year-old baby died unfairly because of the ignorance of the type

2-year-old baby died unfairly because of the ignorance of the type

Tianjin : China | Oct 17, 2011 at 12:37 AM PDT
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A lot of people in a southern Chinese city ignored a two-year-old baby was seriously injured in the street, leaving the girl later died.

The incident occurred in Foshan City, Guangdong Province, Xinhua reported. Images from the camera monitoring exposes pedestrians calmly go through the little girl named Yue Yue, after they turn two trucks were hit to right outside the door of the family name.

Finally, a scavenging see Yue Yue and carry you up, then shouted to call for help. Some shops nearby looked on arms continues.The rubbish then forced to run to find the mother of Yue Yue. Two-year-old girl was finally brought her mother to the hospital.

Ignorance of road users has aroused indignation on the popular social networking site in China. On the Sina Weibo, a netizen wrote: "Social protection is really sick. Even cats and dogs do not deserve to be treated so callously."

While controversy still on a lot on the site, two-year-old daughter Yue Yue passed away. The doctors said she was not strong enough to undergo any surgery and does coma after admission.Yue Yue with cerebral palsy, unable to breathe and eventually died of severe brain injuries.

Police have arrested the drivers of two cars crashing into her Yue Yue to investigate.

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2-year-old baby died unfairly because of the ignorance of the type
Surveillance camera images recorded prior to the time he was Yue Yue truck crashed.
Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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