In the early hours of Monday morning in Hengyang, Hunan province, a woman was knocked down in the middle of the road. She might have survived had other cars stopped or gone around, instead of simply driving over her.
Anthony Tao reports that many Chinese netizens are already comparing this incident to the shocking Yue Yue tragedy, in which a toddler was run over twice in Foshan and ignored by passers-by before being rescued by a trash collector.
Yue Yue’s death inspired outrage and introspection in all stratas of Chinese society, and at least one (much needed) Good Samaritan law.
[Via: Beijing Cream]