Two Overseas Filipino Workers inHong Kong were injured following a tragic car crash that took the life of four people.
According to the report of The Sun, a 43-year-old Filipina woman and another 50-year-old Filipino man got involved in traffic incident along King’s Road, North Point. A driverless school bus allegedly rolled into the downhill injuring 11 people and taking the life of the other four.
Hong Kong police confirmed that two Filipinos were rushed to the hospital while they are in the conscious state and they did not sustain serious injuries. There are no further details provided by the local authorities but victims were legally documented and holders of Hong Kong ID.
Four people, ages 70 to 83, were reportedly deceased. According to one of the witnesses, the four fatalities could the people with sidewalk stalls that the school bus
Consul Paulo Saret felt totally relieved knowing that no Filipino was badly hurt in the incident.
“We were informed that both Filipinos, a 50-year-old male and a 43-year-old female, are in stable condition. One of them is in Ruttonjee Hospital and the other in Pamela YoudeNethersole Eastern Hospital,” Saret said.
“We will relay the report to the Consul General tomorrow and request the OWWA to arrange a visit to the victims in those hospitals,” he further said.