Heartache! The 14-year-old boy shelled and fell into the river as a Mother's Day gift. When he was ashore, he still had a shell in his hands.
May 13th is a warm Mother's Day, but in the Zhaohe Park in Sheqi County, a mother is crying in front of her son's body and weeps sadly.
Afterwards learned that the child was sent on Mother's Day Grandma’s family had a holiday and then followed her neighbors to visit Zhaohe Park. The children also told their neighbors that they wanted to bring some nice shells to their mothers and grandmothers today. Neighbors also reminded children to pay attention to safety, but the tragedy still happened. The children fell into the water. The neighbors also rushed into the water and tried to pull back the children. However, the children caught too tightly and the shore was too slippery to reach the shore in any case. In the end, he was also dragged into the water, thinking that the angler used a bamboo rod to pull him up, but the child once again fell into the water, during more than 10 minutes.
The police officers and soldiers of the public security fire brigade and police officers and blue sky The rescue team made an effort to search and save and eventually the child was salvaged. However, the child had no breathing or heartbeat. When the child was salvaged ashore, he still had a shell in his hand.
Emperor Early Learning reminds parents and children:
First, the common time when muddy water occurs: 1. After school in the afternoon; 2. Saturday and Sunday, 3. Holidays; 4. During the summer vacation.
II. Reasons for the death of drowning: 1. Play in the water, fish into the water, things that fall into the water; 2. Children are not allowed to play in the river without permission; 3. Three or five swim in groups.
Educate your child to do “six inaccuracies”
1. Do not swim privately;
2. Not arbitrarily swimming with others;
3. Do not swim without parents or teachers;
4. Less than swimming without safety facilities and rescue workers;
5. Less than unfamiliar watersSwimming;
6. Students who are not familiar with water are not allowed to come to the rescue.