Mother Of Cancer-Diagnosed Daughter Pleads For Passage At Coronavirus Barricade In China

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A mother pleaded with police to let her cancer-diagnosed daughter cross a checkpoint set up to prevent the spread of a coronavirus in China.

Lu Yuejin, 50, from a village in Hubei province wished for her 26-year-old daughter, Hu Ping, to cross the Jiujiang Yangtze River Bridge on Feb. 1 to get treatment in China’s Jiangxi province, Reuters reported.

“My daughter needs to go to [a] hospital in Jiujiang,” said Lu, a farmer. “She needs to have her treatment, but they won’t let us through.”

“Please, take my daughter. I don’t need to go past. … Please, just let my daughter go past,” she said.


The two eventually made it through.

“All I want to do is save her life,” Lu said.

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