Homeowners may face lawsuit over death of pregnant woman killed by tree

Posted: Aug 15 2014Last Updated: Jul 14 2017
Share:
Palm CourtAugust 15 2014 - An Indian rubber tree came crashing down on a 37-year-old pregnant woman when she walked along Robinson Road yesterday. The accident occurred outside 'Palm Court', located at 55 Robinson Road, Mid-Levels. Her baby boy was delivered prematurely by cesarean section in Queen Mary Hospital after she passed away from her injuries. He remains in intensive care as of last night, with many netizens sending messages of support for him and his family.
 
As a result of the incident, flat owners and the management company of 'Palm Court' could face legal action.
 
We at OKAY.com send our heartfelt condolences to the family involved in this terrible tragedy
 
Please click here for more details.

You May Also Like

Despite the Current Coronavirus Crisis, Real Estate Experts Don’t Foresee Prices Fal

12 March 2020 - Amidst the black-swan emergence of the coronavirus, rather than simply state my own views about the potential impact on property prices, I want to also summarize what various real estate experts across different parts of the industry
By: Joshua Han Miller

7 Tips to Consider if You Plan to Sell Your Home in Hong Kong

5 October 2020 - Events over the past year or so have contributed to significant economic turmoil in Hong Kong and by extension seriously upset the once predictably expensive local home property market. As a result, increasing numbers of homeowners
By: OKAY.com
More Insights

Want to find your ideal home in seconds? We are happy to help!

OKAY.COM - iOS App StoreOKAY.COM - Android Play Store
15/F, Wilson House, 19-27 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong | T:+852 2102 0888
Do you want to login
You already have an account with us? How about logging in?