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Angry passerby pushes a "suicide jumper"(12th) off a bridge [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2009-5-23 21:25:31 |Display all floors
English report from Xinhua source
Angry passerby pushes a "suicide jumper" off a bridge in Guangdong province       
13:00, May 23, 2009

A passerby pushed off a would-be "suicide jumper" off a bridge in Guangzhou city, southern China's Guangdong province, for he was "too angry about the jumper's selfish activity................
http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90776/90882/6664283.html


Chinese Guangzhou Daily reports more details: In a 12,000,000 Yuan construction joint management contract, Chen should attain the approximately 10,000,000 Yuan. But after attaining 5,500,000 Yuan, other 4,500,000 Yuan are actually deducted by Long(the person who signed contract with him), had not attained.....
http://news.zhuhai.gd.cn/News/20090522/633785793269643152_1.aspx
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Chen is the 12th Haizhu Bridge, Guangzhou city, jumper since April.
So many!
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Post time 2009-5-23 21:32:34 |Display all floors
Originally posted by soapdodger at 2009-5-23 22:30


What I found especially puzzling is the picture where he was shown 'saluting' to the crowd. Yes, saluting like a soldier.

He honestly thought he was performing some kind of public service &a ...



He is a 66 y.o. retired sodier.

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Originally posted by soapdodger at 2009-5-23 22:34


Ah that explains...the salute...but still bizarre.

I haven't read the story - only saw the pictures my wife pointed out to me.




There is a small report in Free Talk

http://bbs.chinadaily.com.cn/vie ... &extra=page%3D1

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Post time 2009-5-24 14:27:49 |Display all floors
Xinhua source :Chen wanted to kill himself because he was in 2 million yuan of debt following a failed construction project.

But English Xinhua didn't tell you why Chen Fuchao was so selfish to hold on the bridge for almost 5 hours. The other Chinese media said Chen is a labour contractor(baogongtou). He was in debt because the boss of Guangzhou Fuli property company Jianan branch owes him 4.5 million yuan. He climbed on the 28th floor of one of their builidings on March 11. The district civil servant persuaded him to get down and promised him to solve the problem.

Chen climbed on Haizhu bridge after no result from the last time. Why he insisted there for 5 hours? Chen answered the reporter that he requested the police to find the boss to get there and promise to pay the money in front of the watchers. The police said can't do that.

Now Chen is hospital because of a partially-inflated emergency air cushion.

His photo of lying on bed and the notice of detention from police.
http://ycwb.com/news/2009-05/24/content_2142763.htm
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Post time 2009-5-24 14:37:40 |Display all floors
http://ycwb.com/news/2009-05/24/content_2142763.htm
said Chen got 2100 yuan from Fuli property company and 3000 yuan from his relatives but still not enough to pay for the surgery.He can only wait on bed. According to Chen said the doctor expressed that even his right arm got surgery, it can't be completely recover and as for his spine disc, if not get surgery on time, it may have 50% chance of pararyse.
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