This Is How People In China Are Riding Escalators After A Horrific Accident


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I’m sure pretty much everyone has seen the horrific video that last week showed a mother fatally fall into a hole at the top of the escalator, managing to heroically save her son before sadly meeting her own death.

As shocking as these scenes were to everyone, it’s actually not the first time something like this has happened; in fact, three incidents on escalators and elevators have occurred in China in just the last week including one teenager who entered an empty hotel elevator and fell to his death.
As you can imagine, people in China are now taking extra caution when riding escalators after the latest devastation.
Some are avoiding touching the escalator completely
Though I’d argue this one looks slightly more dangerous

Some are doing their best to avoid the ‘danger area’

Others are using umbrellas to ensure the coast is clear

And this dad is very careful over ensuring his children are safe

As much as I can understand the fear after the shock of what has happened this week, I am wondering if they don’t have stairs in China that people could take instead? I know I would

Source: Viralsection

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