had to quit again as he had to pick up his son from primary school at noon. He joined the line again
after lunch, but he didn’t have any idea about when his turn will come when
China Daily interviewed him at 4:30 pm.
There were so many donators that the organizers brought dozens of stools to
the site so that people could rest after waiting a long time.
Many people also came to Xiangshui
People’s Hospital to offer free food and medicine fo
r those hospitalized. Chen Yueru, a member of local volunteer association, said they have received 2,177 boxes of packed
food for lunch, more than 10,000 bottles of water, 24 boxes of ham sausage and 14
boxes of instant noodle and 500 breads at the hospital.
She said clothes are in demand for many of the injured as the belongings of many
have been buried in debris and stained with blood and dirt.
Gao, the red society volunteer, said a company has donated about 600 bottles of a s
pecial medicine for wound sterilization and has also sent medicine for the injured.