The video previously published in 2018. Suspected fake plate user, UNRELATED to 2019 Coronavirus.
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“No, not a scene from “Fast and Furious” but people trying to escape #China’s #CoronaCamps.”
(1) http://bit.ly/2qYG8Rs, First Draft News: “FALSE CONTEXT
When genuine content is shared with false contextual information”
* The SOURCE shared a video of incident of suspected fake plate user in a police chase.
* The SOURCE’s narrative causing false conclusion of the fact of the incident recorded in the video.
(2) One of related article, Yahoo! News Singapore: “Runaway car smashes down gate during police chase
Newsflare 10 April 2018
This is the dramatic moment a car breaks down a gate during a police chase in China.
In the video, filmed in Nanning City in southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on April 10, a BMW crashes into a gate and drags it along a road.
According to local reports, police tried to stop the car as it was suspected of using a fake plate.
Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident.”
(1) newsflare: “Runaway car smashes down gate during police chase
(2) About the chronology of Coronavirus, Wikipedia: “Outbreak chronology
1–18 December 2019
On 31 December 2019, a consortium of Chinese medical experts were charged by the Chinese CDC with investigating the inception of what is now commonly known as the Wuhan Coronavirus. On 24 January 2020, their report was published in The Lancet. They noted from their review of local medical records that the first patient later to be diagnosed with the Wuhan Coronavirus had first been presented with symptoms on 8 December 2019. However, the consortium found an earlier case of a patient who had first experienced symptoms on 1 December 2019, pointing to an even earlier origin. Apart from this early case, between 8 to 18 December 2019, seven cases later diagnosed with Wuhan Coronavirus were documented, two of them were linked with the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market of Wuhan, five were not.”
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