An injured man covered in a red blanket, his face blank in trauma, was wheeled in a rough-hewn handcart toward the hospital, as a crowd followed along, shouting.
A woman pushes a handcart in the water, which has inundated half of the wheels, in this file photo from last year.
Today's modern carts come in different forms; barrow, hand truck, wagon, wheelbarrow, push cart, handbarrow, handcart or gurney.
And so, pushing his handcart with a hessian sack or two on it, he would set off for Fluke Hall which was by the shore and was a journey of at least three miles.
After putting on makeup, Chen was carried onto a handcart .
As I left, one of the three men pushing a gigantic handcart motioned for me to help them hoist it up a curb.
In a bid to capitalise on the booming business, roadside vendors have branched out to every nook and corner with handcarts piled high.
You cannot even open the doors of your car as you are surrounded by rickshaws, handcarts , cyclists, and pedestrians, etc.
For instance, large number of watermelons, mangoes and other summer fruits began appearing on handcarts in residential colonies and markets.
Some groups who could not afford wagons pulled two-wheeled handcarts .