A Filipino woman was sent to hospital after being struck on the head by a piece of falling concrete at North Point in Hong Kong Island on Wednesday morning.
At 7:23am, the Filipina, who was queuing up in front of a bakery shop at Yen Po Court at 74-82 Wharf Road in North Point, was hit by a piece of concrete measuring about 30cm x 30cm on her head and shoulder, Apple Daily reported.
Falling from the first floor, the cement was believed to be part of Yen Po Court, which is an 34-year-old building. An employee of the bakery shop called the police.
The woman was bleeding but remained conscious after the drama. Paramedics arrived and gave her treatment before sending her to hospital, according to the Oriental Daily.
Police cordoned off the area for further investigation.
The woman was bleeding but remained conscious after the DRAMA? or should be ac/incident?
what a choice of word "drama"! This reporter has either poor english or is insinuating on something.
Ang yabang ni kuya…
accident/incident/drama/scenario are most likely common! Nothing problem with the word used. Trouble (bloody thing) has been happened that’s why the writer may be choose that word.
I am a Filipino, and I symphatized with the victim and thankful that she’s safe and treated well by the authorities.
Let’s not be particular in a small issue…
The word used doesn’t matter anything.
Importantly is she’s safe and treated accordingly.
Asia times! please check and read it carefully before you post it
Drama??? Not the right word to describe that situation ! But anyway thank god she was well treated
Drama is not an appropriate word to use sir… froi lan .whhat is he mean that the woman is pretending to be hurt and bloody ??? Even she is not?????
be careful of what word you’re using ,what happened obviously not drama its clearly an accident
Froi Lan its common yeah and it depends in the situation
Be serious to your report, is it a drama? How dare you.
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