Date
15 August 2018
A 39-year-old man and his six-year-old daughter were seriously injured when the car being driven by his wife crashed in Tsuen Wan. The man was in critical condition at Prince of Wales Hospital as of Sunday morning. Photo: HKEJ/i-Cable News
A 39-year-old man and his six-year-old daughter were seriously injured when the car being driven by his wife crashed in Tsuen Wan. The man was in critical condition at Prince of Wales Hospital as of Sunday morning. Photo: HKEJ/i-Cable News

Man, daughter injured after wife crashes car in Tsuen Wan

A 39-year-old man and his six-year-old daughter were seriously injured when the car being driven by his wife crashed into a stone slab in Tsuen Wan over the weekend.

The incident took place at around 10 p.m. on Saturday, when the woman, 42, was driving the car on the Sham Tseng section of Castle Peak Road.

As the car approached a roundabout on Sham Tsz Street near the residential estate Rhine Terrace, it apparently ran out of control and hit a parapet before crashing into the stele of the Tsuen Wan District Council.

Paramedics who arrived at the scene sent the father to Prince of Wales Hospital while the mother and her daughter were rushed to Princess Margaret Hospital. All three were unconscious until they received treatment.

The man remained in critical condition at the intensive care unit as of Sunday morning.

The woman was stable but her daughter was in serious condition.

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