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Post time 2011-11-10 23:24:14 |Display all floors

Very true....! It's just common sense....

Originally posted by correction at 2011-11-10 17:23
When accidents happen, best thing to do is to call the ambulance & the police,
and when someone has already called the ambulance,
best thing to do is to wait for the ambulance to arrive,
it ...


One of the first rules in dealing with an accident victim is they must not be moved! You never know what internal injury has been suffered that might be made worse by moving them.

If the person tries to move on his own you tell him to stay put until he's been checked out by the ambulance personnel.

There have been many instances where the victim feels 'fine', moves about, doesn't want to go see a doctor and ends up dead hours later.

If you become an accident victim you better hope the OP isn't around to help. He might be well-intentioned but his ignorance might just get you dead...

'Tis true...

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Post time 2011-11-11 00:11:52 |Display all floors
you could do more harm than good if you're not trained in emergency cases.


Not wrong, but uncorrect because uncomplete: there are cases where ANYBODY must help: if someone is injured and cannot move when there is a fire , you MUST take him out of there. When a young girl is dying in a bloodbath in the street: you MUST stop the other cars.

That's make all the difference, and that's a BIG difference between animals and human.

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Post time 2011-11-11 00:56:18 |Display all floors
Stop twisting the issue. This is about the 'indifferent attitude' of the masses toward someone pleading for help by the roadside. The OP didn't suggest doing anything like sending the woman and her son to hospital !

Showing a little care is all that's needed in a caring society like stopping by to see what's needed to be done to help the woman. Things like asking questions to check whether an ambulance had been arranged, comforting the woman while waiting for the ambulance to arrive...etc.

So, correct yourself! And stop being a smart alec yourself thinking you can turn away the focus of the main issue. Know that your posts didn't help to change people's opinion or lessen the dismay people have towards the 'indifference' of these people!

These irresponsible actions ought to be admonished in unison by a larger, caring society in China. Nuff said.

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Post time 2011-11-11 01:02:49 |Display all floors
Well said, yasawakic. You're one of the sane people on this board. Things like helping to move victim away from the middle of the road, check to see whether ambulance had been contacted...etc. are the norm in situations like this.

Obviously, some sections of the society in China didn't have such value. That's the issue which must be brought up, faced it and addressed by the people and the media to bring about awareness of such issue. It must be noted that many Chinese are also as caring and helpful as other caring societies in other countries

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Post time 2011-11-11 16:37:13 |Display all floors
Originally posted by yasawakic at 2011-11-11 00:11


Not wrong, but uncorrect because uncomplete: there are cases where ANYBODY must help: if someone is injured and cannot move when there is a fire , you MUST take him out of there. When a young g ...

Nonsense !
Yueyue's case is clearly a fabricated accident out to demonise Chinese people,
she's put out on the street by her parents during the most quiet hours of the day,
probably the early morning hours  when it was still dark and quiet,
nobody was around when the van ran over her,
the security camera kept its focus on the girl lying on the street for such a long time,
and yet her parents didn't come to look for her 2 year old toddler,
it happened right at their tiny little shop and yet they claimed not knowing and didn't notice their 2 year old was not with them for such a long time. It's sooooo ridiculous, how could they not have noticed their 2 year toddler lying out on the street when the security camera kept its focus on her all the time. Only shills like you would keep persuading people to believe in such a nonsense.

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Post time 2011-11-11 16:44:35 |Display all floors
Originally posted by taikor at 2011-11-11 00:56
Stop twisting the issue. This is about the 'indifferent attitude' of the masses toward someone pleading for help by the roadside. The OP didn't suggest doing anything like sending the woman  ...

Nonsense !
There're thousands of accidents happen around China,
and most of these cases people responded and call the police and ambulance,
stop twisting Yueyue's case as though 'indifferent attitude' is the rule in China.
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Post time 2011-11-11 16:52:12 |Display all floors
The difference is I could understand Cantonese dialect,
and I watched the Cantonese news,
it showed more details than what people see in video clips on the internet,
these video clips are intended to stir up emotion & anger among Chinese people
and particularly with malicious intention to stir up mass protests & unrests as seen in ME, nuff said.
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