That scaled quickly! The woman is hit and others jump down the road when the suitcase falls down an escalator
- Ms. Guo could not hold on to her suitcase at a subway station in southern China
- A woman fell to the floor with her head after the luggage crashed against her
- The traveler suffered knee injuries and had to receive stitches in the hospital
Kelsey Cheng for Mailonline
Two women who climbed an escalator were injured after a suitcase fell down the stairs and knocked them down in southern China.
The suitcase belonged to the passenger Ms Guo, who could not cling to her luggage after taking it to the escalator at the Fengling subway station in Nanning City.
One of the two wounded women was taken to hospital due to serious injuries.
Ms. Guo, who was traveling on a trip, was unable to hold on to her luggage after loading it on the escalator at the Fengling subway station in Nanning City. He fell down the stairs, hitting two people
The large luggage annihilated two passengers: one of them was seen lying on the escalator after being knocked down while the other was fallen head first into the ground.
Images that seemed unimpressive of Saturday's incident show Ms. Guo taking the escalator down near the entrance to the station with her big pink suitcase around 8 am.
However, he released the luggage to adjust the strap of his backpack.
Then, the big box came rolling down the escalator and you can see a man running down the stairs to avoid being hit. He was unharmed.
However, the large luggage annihilated two other passengers, one of whom was seen lying on the escalator after being shot down.
The other women, filmed in a hurry by the escalator, could not escape in time and the suitcase hit them violently.
You can see a man running down the stairs to avoid being hit. Fortunately, he escaped unharmed
The woman, later identified as Ms. Xie, suffered knee injuries and received stitches
He fell to the ground at the foot of the stairs and the workers of the station immediately activated the emergency stop switch.
The woman, identified later as Ms. Xie, suffered knee injuries and received stitches in her left leg at the hospital, according to Nanning News.
Ms. Guo has agreed to compensate the injured woman for a total of 2,000 yuan (£ 225) for her medical bill.
The police warned the public not to travel on escalators with large suitcases and said they should use the elevator to avoid similar accidents.