2 Year-Old Chinese Girl Run Over Twice and Ignored


It happened at the Guangfo Hardware Market in Huangqi of Foshan. A van hit a 2-year-old little girl and then fled. No passersby reached out to help and then another car ran over her. Over the span of 7 minutes, a total of 17 people passing by failed to extend a hand or call the police, up until the 19th person, a garbage scavenger ayi [older woman], who lifted her up after discovering her but the little girl in her arms was like a noodle, immediately collapsing back onto the ground. The trash scavenger ayi called for help, and the little girl’s mother, who was in the vicinity, immediately rushed over and rushed her to the hospital.







12 Responses to “ 2 Year-Old Chinese Girl Run Over Twice and Ignored ”

  1. Oh my gosh!!! This is horrible, why would this be posted onto the internet? This poor girl, I cant understand Chinese but by the actions of mommy the child was dead. It would have been amazing if she had lived. This poor child! How could no one stop to help her, people even saw her laying there! How could people, even Asians be so heartless and so cruel in a time like this. She was only 2, this poor child barely got to live her life…

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  2. This is testimony as to why the Chinese are among the most despicable people on the planet. China is an overcrowded, mean-spirited, no scruples cesspool. Please don’t immigrate to America, we don’t want you here.

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    BillyBoy65 Reply:

    Sadly, I saw the same thing happen in Chicago. This old lady was knocked off her bike and lay unconscious while the traffic idled past. We were on the bus above on the ramp, she lay there unattended for a good five minutes, the bike stuck on full revs on top of her until people off the bus walked down to her. Good old USA. Please don’t immigrate to England, we don’t want you here.

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  3. Hmmmmmm……you must be white.

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    OH I GET IT Reply:

    and you must be backwards racist… thank you for adopting the racism that 99% of white people are done with proving that it cant go away because of people like you.

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  4. It is terrible, really, but I think such a story can happen in every city one the world. People in every country thinks about and see only themselfes. World is changing and goes wrong way :(

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  5. And you must be asian! At least the mother looked liked she cared about her child, unlike those cruel people passing her by in the streets. It did actually look like an alley though. I just can’t imagine this happening in America. First, the mother should have either not brought her child there, or she should have kept her attention on her the whole time. The first car actually RAN her over, then BACKED UP, the RAN her over a THIRD time! WHY?!?!?!?! Ughh these are the videos that I hope are photo shopped and made up.

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    BillyBoy65 Reply:

    Can’t imagine this happening in America? Read my reply above.

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  6. This is really sad video. Aren’t there human in this area. I watched only half of the video. Its so sad, I can’t believe this.

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  7. This is sick. The van which ran over the little girl has a license plate so let’s go grab the thug and feed him to his father. His mama will have another one who will look just like him so he wont be missed. Prayers for this little girl and her Mom!!!!

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  8. I echo the sentiments of Ami that an ignorant person’s mind would not think to help the child and would continue walking. It is exactly the same as when a child is walking alone on a street or shopping centre and you notice them, then you also notice how many people are not paying attention whatsoever. It is sickening the lack of initiative, thought and conscientiousness that prevails on earth, but all is not lost, keep thinking keep challenging those around you, keep questioning the constructs and institutions that persist then you know you are making a difference because- everyone can, and everyone should try.

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  9. looks fake to me

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