Mother and daughter tie lifebuoys to bridges in order to help rescue more locals

A mother and a daughter tied lifebuoys on three main bridges in a city in southern China to try to help rescue more people. The video was filmed in the city of Mianyang in Sichuan Province on September 22. A girl was seen tying the lifebuoys with a sign saying "Life-saving equipment. Please do not take it away" in Chinese to the guardrails of a bridge. According to the mother, she saw many people jumped off the bridge or accidentally fell into the river. Because there is no life-saving equipment, some could not be rescued in time. So she and her daughter spent a day tying the lifebuoys they bought on three main bridges in the city to try to save more lives.

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