Wa­ter re­leased for raft­ing floods car

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - CHINA -

A man who parked his car in a shal­low river saw his ve­hi­cle flooded by wa­ter dis­charged from the up­per reaches of the river in Shanx­ian county dur­ing a white-wa­ter raft­ing event this month. A Xi’an res­i­dent, sur­named Wang, and two of his friends drove to a scenic spot to go white-wa­ter raft­ing, but were told all tick­ets were sold out. Wang then drove his car to a shal­low river at the end of the raft­ing route, 8 kilo­me­ters away from the start­ing point, to wash his ve­hi­cle. Wang said he was un­aware wa­ter from the up­per reaches would be dis­charged for raft­ing, adding that he would have to spend a large amount of money on re­pair­ing his im­ported car.

HU A S H A N G DA I LY forestry depart­ment and re­leased the un­in­jured an­i­mal back to the wild.

HU A S H A N G DA I LY lived in the same place. Tong then em­barked on his quest and re­paid the money. CH E N G D U C O M M E R C I A L DA I LY shop in Harbin, the provin­cial cap­i­tal, had a heated ar­gu­ment that led to phys­i­cal as­sault on a 35-year-old fe­male shop owner be­cause she found that her hus­band fre­quently re­ceived naked photos of the woman. Staff mem­bers of the shop had to call the po­lice to calm the sit­u­a­tion down.

MO D E R N E V E N I N G N E WS

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