Sixteen-year-old boy waved at high speed to stop the car: working for a week too tired to go home to study

 Sixteen-year-old boy waved at high speed to stop the car: working for a week too tired to go home to study

Highway is different from general highway, pedestrians are strictly prohibited to enter.

At about 15:30 p.m. on September 7, Shen Hailiang, a policeman from the Huzhou Branch of Zhejiang Highway Traffic Police, received instructions during his patrol that a pedestrian was walking on the shoulder of the S14 Hangzhou Highway 57 kilometers in the direction of Changxing and waved frequently to passing vehicles.

Officer Shen rushed to the scene immediately. It was just Saturday, when the typhoon had just passed, the weather turned clear, the traffic increased obviously, and the vehicles roared across the scene. The situation was very dangerous.

In view of this situation, Shen police officers arriving at the scene decided to take the party off the highway immediately after they had a brief understanding of the situation.

After arriving at the brigade, officer Shen learned that the clients surname was Shang, who was from Sichuan. He was 16 years old this year and came to Anji to work a week ago.

Article 38 of the Law of the Peoples Republic of China on the Protection of Minors stipulates that if any organization or individual employs minors who have reached the age of 16 but not the age of 18 in accordance with the relevant provisions of the State, it shall implement the provisions of the State in terms of work type, working time, labour intensity and protective measures, and shall not arrange for them to follow suit. Work or dangerous work that endangers minorsphysical and mental health, such as overweight, poisonous, harmful, etc.

After all, small businessmen are young, and they cant eat them for a week. They decide to go back to their hometown and continue their studies. They havent even communicated with factories. After further understanding, the police found that his ID card was still in the factory, with only 25 yuan in cash on his body. The small businessman lost contact with his father and family members. It was only vaguely remembered that there was a train in Yuyao, Ningbo, which could return to his hometown in Sichuan. So they rushed onto the highway to stop the train to Yuyao.

Unexpectedly, when he got on the freeway, he found that the speed was very fast. He was also frightened at that time, thanks to the timely rescue of the high-speed traffic police.

Because the merchant did not have time to eat lunch, so the police quickly brought him the meal, let him eat first. At the same time, Shen police officer contacted the local public security and the factory owner who worked before Shangmou. After active communication, the factory manager settled the salary with Shangmou and provided a return ticket. At present, small businessmen have set foot on their way home to Sichuan.

Source: Luo Chongwei_NB12082, Zhejiang 24-hour Editor in Charge