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- Transport soldier in Wuhan got to meet his nurse wife for ten minutes in two months
- 東アジア, ニュース
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- 255.69 秒
Wang Shangchun and his fellow soldiers started off early in the morning, heading for a warehouse of Zhongbai Supermarket, a major local chain supermarket in Wuhan city, to send nearly 20 tons of daily supplies in urgent demand like fresh vegetables, grains and edible oil to supermarkets around the city, which is endeavoring to contain the outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia (NCP).
Wang is from the People’s Liberation Army troops stationed in Hubei Province. He and his fellow soldiers have been working day and night to transport supplies in the provincial capital Wuhan since Feb 2. They know they are the lifeline of the city.
"We formed a military transport team for the fight against NCP on Feb 1, with 130 trucks and 260 soldiers from six units under the command of the Hubei military command. We have done our best, making every minute and second count and relieved the supply pressure in downtown Wuhan," said Huang Wei, a commander of the transport team.
As the safety officer, Wang is responsible for checking vehicle conditions, guiding directions, contacting destinations, and sorting and counting goods.
"We are not only sending supplies, but also bringing hope to the people to give them psychological support," said Wang.
They planned to return to their barracks after sending a batch of supplies. But an emergency order was issued for them to send 1,000 protective suits to the Central Theater Command General Hospital.
This was great news for Wang, for he might be able to meet his wife Zhu Xinmiao, a nurse of the Internal Medicine of Infection of the hospital, when sending the supplies. The couple had not met for two months.
"She is on the frontline to fight against the virus. When the epidemic outbreak started, she was on her holiday and the hospital did not ask her to return to work. But after seeing her co-workers and superiors working for the patients despite dangers, she felt that she could not stay at home anymore and must do something. So she came back by taking free rides," said Wang.
They reached the destination in half an hour. Wang and the driver helped employees in the supermarket to carry the supplies.
After sending the supplies, Wang called her wife during lunch, but she did not answer his call, probably because she could not have her phone with her when wearing a protective gear.
Different jobs, same goal. In the mealtime, Zhu, wearing a cumbersome protective suit, was taking care of patients.
Wang took out one box of protective suits after another, while her wife kept not answering his call. The possibility to meet his wife was getting smaller and smaller. Finally, his task was finished. Fortunately, her wife happened to be responsible for signing for the supplies, which he did not know before.
Still, the meeting was brief. After nine minutes and 52 seconds, Wang left the hospital for another destination.
(Original Title: Transport soldier in Wuhan got to meet his nurse wife for ten minutes in two months)
Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Feb 10, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Soldiers marching into garage
2. Various of Wang Chunshang cleaning truck, climbing into copilot seat
3. Various of trucks setting off
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Huang Wei, Political Commissar, transport team from People's Liberation Army troops stationed in Hubei (starting with shot 3)(ending with shots 5-7):
"We formed a military transport team for the fight against NCP on Feb 1, with 130 trucks and 260 soldiers from six units under the command of the Hubei military command. We have done our best, making every minute and second count and relieved the supply pressure in downtown Wuhan."
5. Soldier directing trucks
6. Various of trucks setting off
7. Soldiers driving
8. Various of trucks on road
9. Various of soldiers
10. Soldier directing truck to parking lot
11. Soldier talking with staff
12. Soldier turning steering wheel
13. Soldier directing truck to park
14. Various of soldier receiving proof of delivery
15. Various of soldier transferring vegetables
16. Various of vegetables in bags
17. SOUNDBITE(Chinese) Wang Chunshang, solider, People's Liberation Army (starting with shot 16):
"We are not only sending supplies, but also bringing hope to the people to give them psychological support."
18. Various of Wang tying rope on truck
20. Wang making call
21. Wang talking to comrades
22. Truck moving
23. Various of Wang's wife Zhu Xinmiao wearing protective suit, working
24. Various of Zhu taking care of patient
25. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wang Chunshang, solider, People's Liberation Army (starting with shot 25)(ending with shot 26):
"She is on the frontline to fight against the virus. When the epidemic outbreak started, she was on her holiday and the hospital did not ask her to return to work. But after seeing her co-workers and superiors working for the patients despite dangers, she felt that she could not stay at home anymore and must do something. So she came back by taking free rides."
26. Various of Zhu taking care of patient
27. Zhu walking back to office
29. Truck on road
30. Truck making turn
31. Various of Wang, comrades delivering vegetables
32. Various of Wang, supermarket staff arranging vegetables for sale
33. Various of Wang directing truck
34. Wang making call
35. Various of Zhu walking in corridor, taking off protective suit
36. Various of Wang, comrades, staff delivering boxes
37. Various of Zhu noticing Wang, walking to Wang, talking
38. Wang hugging Zhu
39. Wang, Zhu walking to truck
40. Various of Zhu waving goodbye to Wang
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