A family in Guangdong sent food to the traffic jam

 A family in Guangdong sent food to the traffic jam

The video shows that a section of Qingyuan is full of vehicles, and there are residents on the roadside cooking noodles and other food on the spot, which are distributed to other people. Some people are also waiting to eat noodles on the scene. Some children hold up their signs and shout to the people who are blocked in the Road: there is free noodles to eat. Please come and eat them.. Beiqing - Beijing headline reporter learned that the incident occurred on the night of October 1, near Qinghe Avenue, Qingxin District, Qingyuan City.

The video has attracted many peoples attention after its popularity on the Internet. Some netizens said that they were very moved. The residents warmed many peoples way home with a bowl of noodles. Some netizens said that this practice of parents is also the best education for children.

On October 3, Mr. Li, who runs department stores at the bottom of the District, told Beiqing Beijing headlines that he knew that the road sections near the neighborhood had been congested since the early hours of October 1. There was a traffic jam before, but this year may be special, with more people traveling, so the traffic jam is also relatively long.

On the night of October 1, Mr. Li didnt participate in the process of delivering noodles to people in traffic jams because he had to look after the business of the department store. At that time, the residents who lived in the community would greet us and get to know each other when they came to shop. At that time, they mainly made simple noodles, more to let passers-by to fill their stomachs. Mr. Li said that he saw that the residents started to cook noodles downstairs from about 6:00 p.m. that day, and they almost did not go home until 11:00 p.m. They also prepared disposable tableware, and I saw that someone was holding noodles and went back to the car.

After the video became popular on the Internet, Mr. Li said that he was also asked about the situation at that time. He felt that he usually got along with these residents and felt that they were very friendly. This time, the residents spontaneously cooked noodles and delivered food. He hoped that the traffic jam personnel could calm down and eat hot food on the road.

(Beiqing - Beijing headline reporter Guo Linlin)

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