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At a Glance
    2017-November-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Burglar surrenders

A BURGLAR who resisted arrest by threatening to jump from the top of an apartment building in Nanshan District finally gave up after two hours of persuasion from police.

The burglar, surnamed Wang, climbed from the top of the building into a room on the 24th floor and injured the home owner with a knife when he was discovered. He then climbed up to the top of the building through an exterior gas pipeline and was later cornered by police officers.

Wang has been detained for investigation.

Forest town

MEISHA Subdistrict in Yantian District has been listed among the Top 100 Forest Towns nationwide by a research team in China.

The forest coverage in the subdistrict is 70 percent and the subdistrict has set up an office for the planning and construction of the forest town.

Drunk e-bike driver

A 19-YEAR-OLD man, driving under the influence of alcohol, was killed when his e-bike hit a curbstone on the roadside in Shajing, Bao’an District recently. His e-bike was only slightly damaged in the collision, but the young man, surnamed Qin, hit the ground head first and died of brain damage.

So far this year, Bao’an District has reported six fatal accidents caused by e-bike drivers who were driving under the influence of alcohol.

If you drink, don’t drive. This rule not only applies to cars, but also to e-bike and bicycle riders.

Bao’an police will launch an action to promote the rule in industrial areas, around eateries and at traffic intersections to avoid more tragedies.

Police also reminded e-bike riders to wear helmets and said they will impose fines on violators from December. The move is to reduce the number of fatalities caused by e-bike drivers. In Qin’s accident, the consequences would have been different if he had been wearing a helmet.

E-commerce trains

GUANGZHOU Railway Group Corp. will operate 35 high-speed trains a day between Saturday and Nov. 20 to speed up goods delivery for the Singles Day online shopping frenzy.

The trains will mainly depart from Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Changsha to other major Chinese cities including Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Wuhan, Xi’an, Changsha and Xiamen.

The operator will add more employees and volunteers at the departure stations to load the cargo. During the Singles Day period last year, the operator ran 24 trains a day.

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