The van from which a 23-year-old woman allegedly jumped in Changsha, Hunan, central China, suffering fatal injuries. She had booked the van from ride-hailing firm Lalamove’s China operation, Huolala. Photo: Weibo The van from which a 23-year-old woman allegedly jumped in Changsha, Hunan, central China, suffering fatal injuries. She had booked the van from ride-hailing firm Lalamove’s China operation, Huolala. Photo: Weibo
The van from which a 23-year-old woman allegedly jumped in Changsha, Hunan, central China, suffering fatal injuries. She had booked the van from ride-hailing firm Lalamove’s China operation, Huolala. Photo: Weibo
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Woman’s ride-hailing death in China sparks fresh anger over lack of safety and security

  • The woman hired the van in Changsha, Hunan, to help her move house, but reportedly jumped from the moving vehicle. She died in hospital a few days later
  • Ride-hailing firm Lalamove, known as Huolala in China, has pledged to improve safety. Her family doubt its version of the events surrounding her death

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The van from which a 23-year-old woman allegedly jumped in Changsha, Hunan, central China, suffering fatal injuries. She had booked the van from ride-hailing firm Lalamove’s China operation, Huolala. Photo: Weibo The van from which a 23-year-old woman allegedly jumped in Changsha, Hunan, central China, suffering fatal injuries. She had booked the van from ride-hailing firm Lalamove’s China operation, Huolala. Photo: Weibo
The van from which a 23-year-old woman allegedly jumped in Changsha, Hunan, central China, suffering fatal injuries. She had booked the van from ride-hailing firm Lalamove’s China operation, Huolala. Photo: Weibo
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