Sanitation workers lost their children mobile phone follow-up: every day regret 1600 yuan to support the family

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 Sanitation workers lost their children mobile phone follow-up: every day regret 1600 yuan to support the family


Liu Xinlian was responsible for cleaning two streets. She was tired of standing by the roadside for a while and thirsted for a drink of water from the shops around her. It was her habit to get up early and greet the dark.

Aunt Liu recalled that on August 31, when she left home for the night shift, she found that her mobile phone had no electricity, so she temporarily carried the cell phone of her late son, only to be accidentally lost near the intersection of Sports Street and Shifu Road. Although the masses help to dial the phone to find, netizens also actively help her forward posts, but never harvest.

She basically cried every day, her mental state was not good. Ms. Li, a shop assistant familiar with Aunt Liu, said that Aunt Liu had an easy-going personality. She often bought water and chatted with her after she finished her work. After Aunt Liu lost her cell phone, she helped to make a phone call, but no one answered her. She saw Aunt Liu, who had come out of the mourning of her son, become more sad.

Aunt Liu, who lives in Qincun, Houma City, had a family of five: mother, husband, son, daughter and her. In July 2017, her 28-year-old son died of heat stroke. Her husband, a sanitation worker, stopped working. Her elderly mother and 21-year-old deaf-mute daughter needed to be cared for. She was supported by a monthly income of 1,600 yuan and other financial resources.

Sweep the floor outside during the day, come home at night, outside the electric motorcycle sounded, I still think it is the son home. I dont use my cell phone very much, sometimes I take pictures and think about him, Liu Ayi said.

She talked about her sons past: his grades were middling in school, he dropped out of school in second grade to work in society, and he never got into trouble outside. Every September leaves fall, she sweeps the street hard, her son is not too hard, often get up early with her, a gang is ten days. After the incident, local police analyzed Liu Xinlians cycling route and intercepted surveillance videos from nearby roads. No one found picking up or stealing mobile phones, according to China News.com. Li Yuchen, the instructor of the criminal investigation squadron of Houma Public Security Bureau, introduced that all the video data currently available were taken by civilian surveillance stations and there would be blind spots. Next, the police will send additional personnel to inquire around for more information. I cant find it anymore. I regret every day that my sons only thing left for me is lost. Aunt Liu regretted and hoped for it. The source of this article: surging news editor: Qian Yue Xiao _NBJ10675

She talked about her sons past: his grades were middling in school, he dropped out of school in second grade to work in society, and he never got into trouble outside. Every September leaves fall, she sweeps the street hard, her son is not too hard, often get up early with her, a gang is ten days.

After the incident, local police analyzed Liu Xinlians cycling route and intercepted surveillance videos from nearby roads. No one found picking up or stealing mobile phones, according to China News.com. Li Yuchen, the instructor of the criminal investigation squadron of Houma Public Security Bureau, introduced that all the video data currently available were taken by civilian surveillance stations and there would be blind spots. Next, the police will send additional personnel to inquire around for more information.

I cant find it anymore. I regret every day that my sons only thing left for me is lost. Aunt Liu regretted and hoped for it.