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Old 06-21-2013, 12:22 PM   #1
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"Chinese Woman Crushes Husband and Her Own Head While Parking"

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A happy family, shattered in the blink of an eye, leaving behind only an older daughter who had just finished her high school entrance exams and whose grades aren’t bad, as well as a 6-year-old younger daughter who barely understands the meaning of the word “tragedy”.


This tragedy happened two nights ago around 8;30pm, in the underground parking garage of Ningbo Fenghua Yangguang Mingdu Community.


The accident happened at night at about 8:35 pm.

At that time, [the driver of this] Lexus wanted to park it into the garage, while another community resident Ms. Dong was also parking her car at a nearby parking space.

Ms. Dong says she heard a “boom” at the time, felt something was not right, and that something bad must’ve happened. By the time she had parked her car and rushed over, she found another resident already assisting the victims: ”At the time, the man was stuck between the Lexus and the wall. He didn’t appear to be bleeding much on his body. And in the driver’s seat was a woman, whose head was stuck between the car door and the garage pillar, with lots of blood.”

The car had them pinned tight, and Ms. Dong hurried out to call the community security guards and other residents for help, then dialed 119 [fire department], 110 [police department], and 120 [emergency medical services].

A lot of people rushed over and had to push the car forward a little before the pinned female driver fell down. At the time, she was still breathing. However, the man who was pinned by the car had already stopped breathing by the time he was rescued.

This accident spread around the community very quickly, and everyone was hoping the woman would make it. Unfortunately, the news that very quickly came from the hospital was still bad news.


According to the community residents, this is how the tragedy happened:

The husband himself got out of the car to guide her [in backing up], walked to the rear end of the car, and suddenly, with a roar of the throttle, the Lexus reversed at high speed, and pinned the husband who was standing between the rear door of the car and the garage wall as he gave a loud cry.

Hearing her husband’s scream, the wife at the steering wheel promptly opened the car door, stuck her body out to see [what happened], and saw her husband pinned there. Panicking, she planned to drive the car forward, but perhaps because of of being too panicked, the car’s transmission gear lever was still in reverse, not forward.

When the gas pedal was finally pressed, it ended the lives of the two–Instead of moving forward, the car continued to back up. The husband was crushed even tighter, while the wife’s head which she had stuck out of the car was also caught between the car door and the garage wall…

And during that time, their 6-year-old younger daughter was right in the car.
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posted this on the NSFW section already.... and you can see why i posted there instead of off topic / current events...
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A happy family, shattered in the blink of an eye, leaving behind only an older daughter who had just finished her high school entrance exams and whose grades aren’t bad, as well as a 6-year-old younger daughter who barely understands the meaning of the word “tragedy”.


This tragedy happened two nights ago around 8;30pm, in the underground parking garage of Ningbo Fenghua Yangguang Mingdu Community.


The accident happened at night at about 8:35 pm.

At that time, [the driver of this] Lexus wanted to park it into the garage, while another community resident Ms. Dong was also parking her car at a nearby parking space.

Ms. Dong says she heard a “boom” at the time, felt something was not right, and that something bad must’ve happened. By the time she had parked her car and rushed over, she found another resident already assisting the victims: ”At the time, the man was stuck between the Lexus and the wall. He didn’t appear to be bleeding much on his body. And in the driver’s seat was a woman, whose head was stuck between the car door and the garage pillar, with lots of blood.”

The car had them pinned tight, and Ms. Dong hurried out to call the community security guards and other residents for help, then dialed 119 [fire department], 110 [police department], and 120 [emergency medical services].

A lot of people rushed over and had to push the car forward a little before the pinned female driver fell down. At the time, she was still breathing. However, the man who was pinned by the car had already stopped breathing by the time he was rescued.

This accident spread around the community very quickly, and everyone was hoping the woman would make it. Unfortunately, the news that very quickly came from the hospital was still bad news.


According to the community residents, this is how the tragedy happened:

The husband himself got out of the car to guide her [in backing up], walked to the rear end of the car, and suddenly, with a roar of the throttle, the Lexus reversed at high speed, and pinned the husband who was standing between the rear door of the car and the garage wall as he gave a loud cry.

Hearing her husband’s scream, the wife at the steering wheel promptly opened the car door, stuck her body out to see [what happened], and saw her husband pinned there. Panicking, she planned to drive the car forward, but perhaps because of of being too panicked, the car’s transmission gear lever was still in reverse, not forward.

When the gas pedal was finally pressed, it ended the lives of the two–Instead of moving forward, the car continued to back up. The husband was crushed even tighter, while the wife’s head which she had stuck out of the car was also caught between the car door and the garage wall…

And during that time, their 6-year-old younger daughter was right in the car.
That's quite a big space to back into, too. So much fail.
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RIP. Poor kids. At least the eldest's grades aren't bad.. does that really belong in the article?
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who else thinks it wasn't "accidental" ..
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idiots! I hope they have family to step in for the children
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Sorry, but fuck I kinda chuckled at this one. Fail away.
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people mistakenly step on the throttle for brake all the time.
but to do it twice because you panicked and almost beheaded yourself?

so the husband is pinned, the bystanders couldn't have gotten the car to go in gear to go forward to get him out? I've no idea what's like to have 2 tonne hunk of metal pinning me to a wall but I'd expect the average person to survive?

I understand why she might've asked her husband to assist in backing up as parking spots are tight as hell in Asia but it's a late model Lexus too which probably has parking cams...the very least parking sensors in the Asia models
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Depends how much force there was. The impact could've burst some vital organs. You dead.
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I'd be curious to know...the impact couldn't have been more than 15kph at a stall
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^ I don't know about you but... 2000lbs of metal going at 15kph with you against a wall sounds pretty deadly to me....
As for the driver, her head was probably squeezed between car door frame and a concrete wall while the car will continuously move in reverse if the brakes arent engaged..
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As I was reading this I couldn't help but think of Louis CK's potential view on this tragedy..

"Of course it's tragic! Two children have to grow up without their parents! How awful!"

"But maaaaybe, she should've let her husband drive."

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asian woman in an suv driving poorly? you dont see that happen alot!
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Chinese attitudes toward driving just scare me. So many Hongers I know just insist on driving SUVs and they're all awful at driving. They think the extra metal makes it safer which is stupid because 1.) it isn't. 2.) it makes them drive worse because it's massive and they can't handle it and 3.) the thinking that it's safer makes them drive like idiots.

I don't care if it's racist to say but Asian stereotypes about driving exist for a reason. I see this bullshit every day when c-lais can't back their G-wagons out of the spots at Aberdeen. Every single one of them is thinking they can inconvenience the rest of us.

So whenever I hear stories like this? Whatever. That person shouldn't have been driving in the first place given such a lack of skill.
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If you need someone to get out of the car to help guide you into a parking stall, you really shouldn't be driving in the first place... It really isn't that hard.

I see it a lot, especially in richmond parking lots.. lol
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^ Um wat?

Darwin believed in survival of the fittest. Unfortunately, until that point is reached, even the unfit have children.. then they die by killing their husbands then themselves by reversing an SUV.
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i dont feel sorry for that idiot woman, i only feel sorry for the pain she will have caused her kids.
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Chinese attitudes toward driving just scare me. So many Hongers I know just insist on driving SUVs and they're all awful at driving. They think the extra metal makes it safer which is stupid because 1.) it isn't. 2.) it makes them drive worse because it's massive and they can't handle it and 3.) the thinking that it's safer makes them drive like idiots.

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So whenever I hear stories like this? Whatever. That person shouldn't have been driving in the first place given such a lack of skill.
THIS. There's a mentality that a bigger car = safer. IT IS NOT. There are so many people with N signs behind their huge ass GL350 and they can't even drive for shit.
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THIS. There's a mentality that a bigger car = safer. IT IS NOT. There are so many people with N signs behind their huge ass GL350 and they can't even drive for shit.

Safer for them, not for you lol. Of course anyone would feel safer in a X5 vs a Civic. The doors are like 3x as heavy and you are sitting way higher. It's just idiots can afford them, that's all ...
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Some ppl just shouldn't drive. Its amazing sometimes to see just how oblivious some c-lais are. Feel sorry for the kid tho.
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