- A 28-year-old drunk female driver, only identified by the surname Xiao, was arrested and charged with “causing traffic casualties” in Loudi City, Hunan province, China, at around midnight on Friday.
- According to authorities on Sunday, Xiao rear-ended an electric bicycle driven by a 36-year-old surnamed Xie.
- Xie was driving in front of Xiao’s sedan when she was struck and her clothes were stuck to the front of the car.
- Despite being aware of the collision, Xiao continued to drive away, dragging Xie for around one kilometer (approximately 0.6 miles) before being stopped by the traffic police.
- A field sobriety test showed Xiao had an alcohol level of 124.51 milligrams per 100 milliliters, which is considered “drunk driving” in China.
- Xie was later brought to the hospital. She was reportedly in stable condition and is expected to survive the incident.
A woman who failed a field sobriety test has been detained after dragging a woman for around 1 kilometer (approximately 0.6 miles) in a hit-and-run incident in Hunan Province, central China last week.
The incident occurred in Loudi City around midnight on Friday when a 28-year-old female driver, only identified by the surname Xiao, rear-ended an electric bicycle driven by a 36-year-old woman surnamed Xie, authorities said on Sunday.
- Xiaoyuan, 21, was rescued six days after the illegally built, six-story building in Changsha, Hunan Province, collapsed on April 29.
- Hailed as “life’s miracle,” her story trended on the social media platform Sina Weibo and inspired many people in China.
- Xiaoyuan, who had been staying at a hotel in the building, fell four floors and survived with a blanket, a mobile phone and half a bottle of water.
- “A true miracle not only depends on the help of other people, but also on the effort people make to save themselves. Having the awareness she did and grasping what to do and not panic was important,” an authority from the Hunan Provincial Firefighting Department said.
- Rescuers have confirmed the survival of 10 people and the deaths of 53 others. Many of those who are still missing are students from a nearby college.
A woman is being hailed as “life’s miracle” after being rescued from the rubble of a building in China six days after it collapsed.
Xiaoyuan, the 21-year-old survivor, was rescued in good physical condition after the illegally built, six-story building in Changsha, Hunan Province, collapsed on April 29.
A female pickpocket in China came up with an unusual strategy to avoid getting ganged up on by an angry crowd after she was caught red-handed.
The unidentified thief decided to strip completely naked on the sidewalk after she got caught in the act of committing a crime on Tuesday at a bus stop in Shaoyang, Hunan Province.
Qin Shihuang, China’s very first emperor, is not only behind the great Terracotta Army — he also ordered a nationwide search for immortality, according to a new archeological research.
The evidence comes in a set of wooden slips found in Hunan Province, which contain the emperor’s executive order mandating everyone to look for the elixir of life.
A man in China was caught on camera pickpocketing an iPhone 6s belonging to a woman, named Xiao Jia, while she ate a chicken wing with her friend in Zhuzhou, Hunan Province, on February 3.
Jia’s friend, Yue, was walking a few steps ahead and secretly taking photos of her chowing down on the barbecued chicken on a stick so that she could poke fun at her friend later on.