The World Should see This!


This shocking Chinese public service announcement has garnered the attention it hoped for.

In an effort to promote safe driving, traffic authorities released the below segment, which depicts what some think may be the most dangerous intersection in the world. The 12-minute video threads a series of accidents captured by surveillance cameras on a busy road in the city of Heze, in the Shandong province. And the gruesome crash compilation has gone viral–within 22 hours of its posting on Chinese video sharing site Youku , the piece has amassed more than 2 million views and 279 pages of comments.   

As Youku describes the video (translated from its original Chinese text):

Installing surveillance cameras is just one method, but improving motorists and the people’s traffic safety knowledge is the key. We cannot stop traffic accidents from happening, but we will do our best to prevent and reduce the occurrence of accidents. Rise up together all people and all police, and work towards building a safe and peaceful Heze, work towards being able to go home to eat with our loved ones…

Comment: Every-Country and especially in Asia should take heed of the drastic needs to improve our citizens appreciation for life and limb. Police start doing your JOB. Save the people from dieing unneccessarily.

Hotdogfish!

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