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Cabbie helps fallen senior on the street
    2018-03-09  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

WHETHER to help a fallen senior up from the street has become a puzzle for some Chinese pedestrians, as some seniors have blackmailed those who came to their aid by accusing them of pushing them down.

But two men apparently did not have a second thought when helping an old man get up off the street in Bao’an District on Monday.

The two helpers did not leave their names, but a surveillance camera captured their images, and residents in Shenzhen have helped to identify one of them, the Daily Sunshine reported.

The helper was identified as Chen Feiliang, a taxi driver working for Shenzhen Bus Group’s Pengcheng electric taxi company.

At around 8:30 a.m. Monday, an old man in a gray shirt was walking alone on the street and appeared to have a problem with his right leg. He suddenly fell to the ground without being hit by any person or vehicle, according to footage captured by a CCTV camera.

The old man examined his left hand first and moved his legs, but found that he was unable to stand up, so he started to wave to pedestrians on the street for help.

Five seconds later, a man in a black jacket and blue jeans approached to help the man up. Another man in a blue shirt, who was later confirmed to be the taxi driver, also came up to lend a hand.

With the help of the two men, the senior got up from the ground and slowly moved to a nearby stone where he sat down to rest. The two helpers then left in different directions.

Since the rescue lasted less than two minutes and the helpers did not leave their names, it was difficult to determine their identities.

After receiving the information, the Daily Sunshine published an article with a screenshot of the camera footage, in an attempt to find out who the helpers were to honor their kind behavior.

When the Daily Sunshine interviewed the taxi driver and asked him if he was afraid of being blackmailed, since many similar cases had happened before, Chen said he thought on the bright side and believed most people would do the same.

(Zhang Qian)

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