Students ride bicycling and electric vehicles collided with each other.

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 Students ride bicycling and electric vehicles collided with each other.


In the section of Shitai Road in Chizhou City, some netizens said that a little girl went to school by bicycle and accidentally bumped into a woman who was riding an electric bicycle.

In videos taken by netizens, a woman on an electric bicycle rushes to the girl, grabs her schoolbag and falls to the ground, kicking the girl to the ground despite the dissuasion of the surrounding crowd.

In the subsequent video, the woman also quarrelled with the crowd, shouting, Ill beat her!

On October 31, the staff of Guichi Branch of Chizhou Public Security Bureau responded to the incident, saying that Yu Mou, a 17-year-old girl who was beaten, was a local college student, and Qi Mou, a 28-year-old woman, was a local unemployed citizen. On the day of the accident, Yumou found Qimou riding an electric bicycle coming in front of him and stopped his bicycle. After Qimou riding an electric bicycle collided with Yumou bicycle, both of them did not fall to the ground during the collision. Both of them were not injured. Qimou abused and came forward to pursue Yumou, resulting in Yumou falling on his bicycle.

It was proved that Qi had suffered from mental illness. After the incident, with assistance from family members and community workers, Qi was sent to hospital for treatment. After being checked by the hospital CT, the girl hit was not abnormal. The police said they would deal with this matter in accordance with the conclusion of Qis decision at the onset stage. Source: Beijing time responsibility editor: Wang Lishan _NBJS7182

It was proved that Qi had suffered from mental illness. After the incident, with assistance from family members and community workers, Qi was sent to hospital for treatment. After being checked by the hospital CT, the girl hit was not abnormal. The police said they would deal with this matter in accordance with the conclusion of Qis decision at the onset stage.