The body of a 3-year-old girl who fell into a sewer in Dongguan was suspected to have been found at the outlet of a drainage ditch.

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 The body of a 3-year-old girl who fell into a sewer in Dongguan was suspected to have been found at the outlet of a drainage ditch.


Beijing News June 11, Guangdong Province, Dongguan City, heavy rain. In the afternoon of the same day, a 3-year-old child fell into the sewer in Changan Town, Dongguan City, and the local search and rescue began. Today (June 14), the Publicity and Sports Bureau of the Changan Town Peoples Government issued a circular saying that the missing girl was initially identified as a missing girl by her family members on the spot.

The Beijing News reported earlier that information from Dongguan Meteorological Station showed that on June 11, there was a heavy rain in Dongguan. At about 5 p.m. that day, a child disappeared after falling into the sewer on the way home from school accompanied by his parents in Xiaobian Community No. 2 Industrial Zone of Changan Town. Changan Town launched a multi-sectoral search and rescue.

A child in Xiaobian community fell into a sewer on his way home from school accompanied by his parents and disappeared. A total of 200 people from various departments and Xiaobian community in Changan Town continued to search and rescue the sewer 2.2 kilometers along the line, according to a circular issued today by the Publicity and Sports Bureau of the Peoples Government of Changan Town. At about 11 oclock, search and rescue personnel found a childs body at the outlet of Xiaobian Avenue. Its appearance and physical signs basically coincided with those of the missing girl.

The family members of the missing girl were identified on the spot and initially identified as the missing girl. The Forensic Technology Department of public security has collected the DNA of relevant personnel to further verify the identity of girls. At present, the aftermath of the incident and the specific situation are being further investigated and dealt with.

Source: Author of New Beijing News: Zhou Shiling and Wu Rongkui, responsible editor: Li Hang_BJS 4645