On January 21, a Foshan woman and her boyfriend went shopping in Hong Kong and were accidentally killed by a falling aluminum window in a hotel. On the 22nd, the two cousins of the woman arrived in Hong Kong, and their mother and brother were processing their passes to Hong Kong to attend to their aftermath. It is understood that the woman, who lost her father at an early age and was from a poor family, worked in a preschool education center in Guangzhou and met her boyfriend for two years, is planning to marry. This woman is the first time to go to Hong Kong, in order to buy new year goods, but encounter unexpected. The Hong Kong Housing Department requires the hotel to survey the windows of the building within one month, submit reports and make remedial proposals.
Mainland women who went shopping in Hong Kong were killed when they were smashed by hotel windows
At about 10 a.m. local time, a window of a hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, fell from a high altitude and hit a passing Mainland woman, causing serious head injuries. She was hospitalized and died. Several Hong Kong media reported that the seriously injured woman was from Foshan, Guangdong Province. She arrived in Hong Kong from Foshan on the morning of 21 to prepare for shopping. She was hit by a glass window that suddenly fell from the hotel height at about 10 a.m. when she was passing through the Meihua Mall. She fell unconscious with a severe head injury and was later rushed to hospital for rescue.