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据英国《每日邮报》报道,在警方称不会对这名游客发起刑事起诉后,受害人家属对这名游客发起了民事诉讼,并要求不要让这名游客离开中国。中国媒体报道说这名加拿大游客叫做Debra Fortin。在北京一家法院经过两天的调解后,双方达成协议,加拿大游客在15天内赔偿受害人家属60万元。受害人家属的律师称这名加拿大游客在法庭上向受害人家属表达了诚挚的道歉。在长城上意外撞死中国妇女的加拿大游客赔偿63000英镑。

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Canadian tourist to pay £63,000 in compensation afteraccidentally knocking over and killing woman on Great Wall of China


A Canadian tourist who was involved in thedeath of a Chinese woman at the Great Wall of China has agreed to pay more than£60,000 incompensation to the victim’s family.


The victim’s family filed a civil lawsuitagainst the tourist, identified by Chinese media as Debra Fortin, and demandedshe be prevented from leaving China after police announced that they would notbe laying any criminal charges stemming from the April 8 incident.

在警方称不会对这名游客发起刑事起诉后,受害人家属对这名游客发起了民事诉讼,并要求不要让这名游客离开中国。中国媒体报道说这名加拿大游客叫做Debra Fortin。

Relatives even went as far as visiting the hotel where the Canadian was stayingand attempting to stop her from returning to Canada, Shanghaiist reported.


After two days of pre-trial mediation at acourt in Beijing the two sides have agreed on a compensation amount of 600,000yuan (approximately £63,000 or USD$96,000), to be delivered in 15 days, TheBeijing News and Shanghai Daily reported.


Zhao Fuxing, a lawyer for Mrs Hongfang’srelatives, said the Canadian woman offered a ‘sincere’ apology to the family atcourt.


Mrs Hongfang’s son told Sohu News that theCanadian woman, surnamed Fortin, accepted legal responsibility for theaccident.


He added: ‘She said a few words in English.We also accept the apology.’


At least two people have died while visitingthe Great Wall of China this month.


A Chinese woman suffocated after she felldown and lost consciousness on the Badaling section of the wall, and her familyaccused tourists of failing to help her, Shanghaiist reported.



Cheryl,Maritimes, Canada, 15 hours ago
Tough lesson learned, but you’re going torush through a crowd to the point you knock someone down and hurt them, expectrepercussions.



BrettRobbie, Calgary, Canada, 12 hours ago
Has anyone on thee threads ever encountereda chinese tourist? They have the biggest disregard for there surroundings. Ilive near the mountains and they feel they can block sidewalks (which wasprobably this case right here) and they walk on to the street or parking lotsto get a photo of their friend forcing people to either stop or move aroundthem. I remember visiting Yellowstone and there were signs (multiple languages)saying don’t go into this area as it may be deceiving and only a thin crust onthe earth and here they are walking around not only endangering themselves butalso ruining the view for everyone else. This story is much more that what weare being told. I hope this woman gets interviewed when she is back in Canadawhere she is safe to express what may really had happened.



derek,banbury, 11 hours ago
Brett Robbie; you would do well tounderstand the undisputed facts of this specific case before spouting off about”Chinese tourists”. You really do seem to have a problemunderstanding exactly what happened, was witnessed and what was admitted. Takeoff the patriotic glasses, stop blindly defending the guilty Canadian and facefacts. She did it, was totally responsible for the death of someone by herirresponsible behaviour and has now been fined for it. It wasn’t on purpose butshe disregarded the possibility that it might hurt someone by running andbarging through the crowds. There is a difference between being patriotic anddefending the indefensible.



TheCanadian 87, Toronto, Canada, 14 hours ago
I think the settlement is quite fair. Ifshe had not been so careless, the woman would still be alive today. She is 38years old, she should know better than to run around on steep steps withelderly people around.



HolyChryst, anywhere, Canada, 13 hours ago
She should never have been running to startwith and should have had better care to ensure she did not run into anyone.Accidents happen but this one was very avoidable in my opinion.



larney,new york city, United States, 14 hours ago
I’m going to sue every Chinese tourist whospits near me and puts me at a health risk.



dollarman,lander, United States, 13 hours ago
Chinese tourist do a lot of spitting, dothey?


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  1. 她的家人利用这个事故来赚钱,63000英镑,他们可能一辈子都赚不了这么多钱,是的,这名妇女死去是令人悲伤的,但是警方也说了这是个意外——从什么时候开始人们要为意外事故支付钱财了?只有在中国。—英国白皮猪国家衰败了,年智商也跟着衰退了,都是本国人发生交通事故赔偿也差不多,63000英镑以为天文数字了,在一般农村也就几年收入而已,脑残白皮猪,去英国撞死个人看看,同样的事情要是发生在英国这可是要坐牢的。给白皮猪打上一针 愿你智商早点恢复

  2. ErniePenas, Metro Manila, Philippines, 15 hours agoAnother reason not to visit China.又多了一个不去中国的理由。============卧槽谁稀罕你来,中国人够多了。51去旅游看风景,结果看的是人潮 一分钟移动10几米已经算好的了

  3. 我打算起诉每一个在我身边吐痰、让我陷入健康风险的中国游客。————————————————————–中国人是不是把这个畜生当厕所了,吐的时候你问了他是中国人了?中国起码在大街上没看见随便吐痰的人,这帮孙子听你那个亲爹说的中国人在任何地方都吐痰?吐你妈!

  4. larney,new york city, United States, 14 hours agoI’m going to sue every Chinese tourist whospits near me and puts me at a health risk.我打算起诉每一个在我身边吐痰、让我陷入健康风险的中国游客。=========================只有黄秋生的痰才能治这种白猪的病

  5. 西方人的嘴脸就是这样,对自己造成的严重后果反而要骂中国人。所以说跟西方人没有道理可讲,他们就如同禽兽,在他们的眼里只有他们自己人和白人才是人,其他国家的人都不是人。

    • 这不是赚不赚的到的问题。也不是涉案人国籍的问题,我觉得这个事情这么处理很正常,没什么好说的。60万也不算少了。

  6. 这件事是过失导致的意外,又不是故意杀人,只是牵涉到了外国人,当地警方开始的处理方式又太逗逼(话说处理这事儿的警察该处理一下才对),既然肇事者已经作出了道歉并赔偿,而且家属也不再追究(原不原谅另说),作为外人还有什么好说的呢?那些有不满的,不要只是一味的攻击,有本事想出一个更好的点子来,看看这件事到底该怎么处理才好?

  7. lulu,uk, United Kingdom, 10 hours agoSpitting is mostly a man/male thing theworld over unfortunately!不幸的是,吐痰这种事情全世界范围的男性都会干!总算有英国人说了实话,我在英国看到一堆街上吐痰的,好意思说我们。。