A child was burned by throwing a cigarette from a height
A child was burned by throwing a cigarette from a height: In Maojian District, Shiyan City, Hubei Province, China, an accident caused by a high-altitude object was collected. The police collected DNA from the entire building and finally successfully found the perpetrator.
On the afternoon of November 9, local time, a 6-year-old boy Yangyang was hit by a cigarette butt thrown from a high altitude while playing in the community after school, causing a big hole in his cotton-padded clothes and almost burning his skin. After the family found out, they looked around for the person who threw the cigarette butt, but no one acknowledged it. Faced with the dilemma, the family had no choice but to call the police.
Making a fuss out of a molehill or taking precautions?
After receiving the alarm, police from the Wudang Road Police Station of Maojian District Public Security Bureau immediately launched an investigation. Despite numerous attempts to find the perpetrators, to no avail. With the consent of the unit leaders, the police decided to collect DNA from more than 160 people from 46 households in the building involved.
With the active cooperation of the owner, the police successfully completed the DNA collection of the entire building. When preparing to leave, one of the owners, Yang, took the initiative to find the police and admitted that he had thrown the cigarette butts away. Yang said that after smoking the cigarette, he threw it away and did not expect such an accident to happen.
Facing the police, Yang expressed his deep apology. Under the auspices of the police, the two parties voluntarily reconciled. Yang has compensated Yangyang, and Yangyang’s family has also voluntarily given up on pursuing the legal responsibility of the perpetrator.
This incident has attracted widespread attention from society and once again highlighted the dangers of high-altitude parabolic behavior. Through the efforts of the police, the perpetrator was successfully found, which established a clear legal bottom line for protecting community safety and combating the behavior of throwing objects from heights.
How harmful are throwing objects from high altitudes?
According to professional experimental calculations, an egg weighing 30 grams dropped from the 18th floor can break a person’s skull, and if dropped from the 25th floor, the impact is enough to cause death!
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