Chinese Toddler Yue Yue

October 21, 2011 by staff 

Chinese Toddler Yue YueChinese Toddler Yue Yue, A bloody child ignored by many passersby in southern China after being struck in the street by two SUVs has died, according to reports.

Eighteen pedestrians and cyclists pass right next to two years old, Wang Yue, nicknamed “Yue Yuen” on October 13 before a woman finally stopped to take the child aside in the narrow market street in Foshan, Province Guangdong, for help.

Yue Yuen’s death early Friday in Guangzhou Military District General Hospital was reported by Chinese media and confirmed by The Associated Press. A cause of death was not announced initially.

The case, driven by a security camera video of the incident, sparked awareness in China about whether the morale of the nation was reduced in the country pursued economic growth.

The Chinese version of Twitter, Sina Weibo, created and organized all the comments under the hash tag “Please end the cold.”

Mother Yue Yuen has praised women, Xianmei Chen, 57, who took her daughter aside and asked for help seriously injured.

“I have enough words to thank you,” said the mother, who identified himself only as Qu, in hospital on Monday, according to China Daily.

However, many people in China have said that Chen did a good work in seeking publicity. Since the incident he has received numerous requests for interviews, and reported that the office of the civilization of Foshan Nanhai District made 10,000 yuan (and 1570) Chen on Monday.

Chen told the Chinese press was trying to help.

“I was picking up trash in the hardware market when I saw a boy lying on the road,” Chen told China Daily. “I went in haste to the girl and heard her moan. The up and saw one of her eyes closed, I had tears in their eyes, and was bleeding from the mouth, nose and back of the head. “

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