On January 21, a Foshan woman and her boyfriend went shopping in Hong Kong and were accidentally hit by an aluminium window falling from 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 tourists were hit by glass windows of Hong Kong hotels and killed by the Hong Kong government to issue an investigation order
When a cleaning woman cleaned a hotel room on the 16th floor and tried to open the window, the aluminum window fell loose and fell down, killing a 24-year-old Mainland female visitor, arousing public concern about whether the aluminum window was out of repair. A spokesman for the Hong Kong Housing Department said that the cause of the accident was still under investigation, but the Department had issued a survey order to the owners of Meihua Hotel in accordance with the Building Ordinance, which limited the other party to entrust qualified personnel to inspect all the windows of the hotel within one month, and then submitted a report to the Department. If any windows were found to be defective, suggestions should be made on how to remedy and repair them in order to ensure safety. u3002