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Dialogue 20120605 Wu Bin, National hero

06-06-2012 07:28 BJT

A bus driver who died after first protecting his passengers has been hailed as a hero by the public. The driver, Wu Bin, 48, was struck by flying metal debris that smashed through his windscreen as he was driving the bus in Jiangsu province. Despite suffering severe injuries, Wu managed to bring the vehicle to a halt, open the door and even reminded passengers to be careful as they were still on the highway, before passing out. His story moved the entire country and sparked national discussion about social responsibility. Thousands of people gathered at his home and community in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, to show respect.

Dialogue 20120605 Wu Bin, National hero

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