China: outrage ignored by passers-hit girl

China: outrage ignored by passers-hit girl

Foshan : China | Oct 17, 2011 at 2:03 AM PDT
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Provoked an angry reaction in China broadcast television channel showed pictures of a little girl who was seriously injured on the pavement after being hit twice, passersby did nothing to help her.

The girl was unconscious for two years after being knocked down by a truck at a market in the southern city of Foshan. Later, another car also took forward until finally a trash collector in attendance. In the security cameras saw dozens of people passed through the place, not knowing what happened.

The drivers of the car were arrested and the girl is in a coma in a hospital.

In Internet forums many people said they were shocked and expressed anger. Some indicated that passersby did nothing for fear of being accused of being responsible for the condition of the girl.

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More than a dozen passers-by ignored a two-year-old girl as she lay critically injured on a street in southern China
More than a dozen passers-by ignored a two-year-old girl as she lay critically injured on a street in southern China
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