In the special period of the epidemic, some people are going crazy because they stay at home all day. There are also many people who can't go back home because they are blocked. Dong, a man, left Hong'an in Hubei Province on January 24 to return to his hometown Wenzhou, where he was trapped in Wuxue City for 26 days due to the road closure caused by the epidemic. Dong, who has field experience, parked his car near the public toilet and bought 1 month's worth of noodles and eggs. Local villagers thought Dong was a fugitive, so they called the police. The police have applied to the epidemic prevention department to help them return to Hong'an.
On the morning of February 18, in Yuchuan Town, Wuxue, Hubei Province, local villagers found that there was a van parked on the side of the road for more than 20 days, and there was still a person living in the van, who got off the bus every day and walked around without leaving. They thought that this person might be a fugitive, so they called the police. After receiving the alarm, the police rushed to the scene. According to the inquiry, Dong, a 32-year-old from Wenzhou, who was in Hong'an and engaged in the pickle business, wanted to drive back to Wenzhou after the outbreak. He was confident that he had prepared food for three days and thought it was enough.
Starting in the morning of January 24, when I drove to Susong, Anhui Province, I was stopped and turned back to Hubei. I wanted to make a detour from Jiujiang, Jiangxi Province. But at that time, when I wanted to drive out of Hubei Province, I couldn't get out at all. I wanted to go back to Hong'an. Because there was a need for a pass between the regions, Dong was not a local person and couldn't provide it. I drove to Wuxue Yuchuan When I was in town, I couldn't drive any more. I can only park my car next to the village.
A reporter interviewed Dong. He said that he had the experience of living in the wild. He drove this van to Hoh Xil, three of the four unmanned areas, but he didn't go to Tibet's unmanned areas. After being trapped, he went to buy a month's daily necessities. The car was also equipped with cooking gas and other daily utensils, so he could cook at any time.
From the fourth day of the lunar new year, the supermarkets in Yuchuan town were closed overnight. At this time, Dong regretted that he didn't buy more supplies. His daily life was around the car. When he was bored, he got out of the car and walked for a few rounds. He was tired of making noodles and eating them. He went to the nearby vegetable fields to get some vegetables. When it snowed, he lay on the car and slept. This was his life for more than 20 days.
When he was asked why he didn't call the police, his answer was: "every day I also pay attention to the news and see the epidemic situation, watching a lot of people fighting in the front line, deeply moved, feeling that I can survive, and don't want to cause trouble to the government personnel". After checking Dong's identity, the police reported to the relevant departments, hoping that Able to assist Dong to return to Hong'an county.
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