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What makes an interview successful? Etiquette, solid background, being knowledgeable, things like that.But being a good man is way much more impressive.

This footage was taken by a surveillance camera in Guangdong provice of China. A 27-yo girl was hit by an SUV and she was trapped beneath her motor scooter and the SUV. The SUV driver was struggling to remove the SUV. A group of college kids, who were on their way to attend their interview for officer job, requested their bus to block the road and rushed to lift the SUV off, allowing others to pull the injured girl to safety. One of them used the SUV's onboard fire extinguisher to spray powder to cover the broken oil tank of the scooter. Then those kids left quietly after medical crew arrived.

The victim's husband was very grateful to whom have saved his wife. He wanted Army recruiters to know those students' bravery. All students got conditional job offers contingent upon satisfactory medical exam results, according to an Army recruiter. In a phone interview, 22-yo senior Liu YJ said:"Thank you very much and I am flattered, but we actually didn't do anything more than a 10 minutes' quick help, it was really nothing close to glorious deeds. We just feel it is a national shame to let Yue Yue tragedy happen again. We would lose faith in humanity and this country if people refused to step up in that scenario." Yue Yue was a 2-yo toddler who was run over by two trucks and ignored by 10+ passers-by in the same province, Guangdong.

Added: Feb-17-2012 Occurred On: Feb-17-2012
By: karazhanchess
Citizen Journalism
Tags: interview, china, soldier, officer, suv, scooter, accident, rescue, yue yue, guangdong
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