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A pickup truck crashed into an 80-meter-deep cliff in Taihu Lake, Anhui Province, 12 people were killed | Taihu County | Niu Town |

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[Epoch Times September 6, 2021]On September 5, a pickup truck overturned and crashed into an 80-meter-deep cliff in Niu Town, Taihu County, Anqing City, Anhui Province, killing 12 women weeding farmers.

The Information Office of Taihu County, Anhui Province of the Communist Party of China reported that at around 14:30 on September 5, a pickup truck overturned and crashed into a ravine on Chachangshan Road, Bailing Group, Longwan Village, Niuzhen Town, killing 11 people and injuring 3 people on the spot. , A wounded died after the rescue failed.

On the evening of September 5, a village official in Longwan Village told JiMu News that in the afternoon, a pickup truck returning from Chashan to Longwan and other villages drove to the vicinity of Longwan Village. It dashed out of the road and fell into a cliff about 80 meters deep. .

The report said that at that time, the pickup truck was transporting the weeding farmer’s wife home, with a total of 14 people in the truck. Except for the driver, the passengers were women from Tianqiao Village, Longwan Village, Niuzhen Town and nearby villages, aged about forty to fifty years old. Due to the heavy rain at noon that day, they returned home early at 5 o’clock in the afternoon. They did not expect an accident.

The report quoted Ms. Hu (surname Hua), a villager in Longwan Village, as saying that some of the casualty villagers had been working in tea gardens for several years, and their daily wages were 100 yuan.

A family member of the victim, Ms. Sun (surnamed Hua), said that her sister-in-law was in her 50s this year and was also killed in the accident. At present, their entire family is in the hospital.

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A mainland netizen said, “12 families are suffering from the loss of their loved ones.” “My hometown, my heart hurts, and one of them is my aunt.” “I want to make more money when I go out to work. No more, heartache.” “They are all working people at the bottom of the society, fighting for three meals a day. How many families are broken, and I wish the deceased rest in peace.”

Other netizens said that less than a week after September, major accidents occurred consecutively: 6 people were killed in the Zhejiang fire on the 3rd, 15 people were killed in the Heilongjiang car accident on the 4th, and 12 people were killed in Anhui on the 5th. In just 3 days, 33 lives! Safe, safe, say so much, accept with an humility, and resolutely do not change.

Recently, there have been many major traffic accidents across the mainland.

At 4 o’clock on September 4, a trailer collided with a tractor in Qitaihe, Heilongjiang. Officials said that the accident caused 15 deaths and 1 injury. A family member of the victim said that the people on the tractor got up early in the morning to pick marigolds, and the daily labor cost was RMB 100.

At 6 o’clock in the morning on September 4, a Honda car collided with a pedestrian at the Hengfeng food market in Wenling, Zhejiang, and injured more than ten people, including two seriously.

On the evening of September 3, a traffic accident occurred in Liuhezhuang Village, Beizang Village, Daxing District, Beijing. At the time of the incident, a yellow engineering truck rammed the funeral site, causing minor and serious injuries to 20 people.

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