THE driver of a tour bus who fled the scene of the Christmas Day crash in Thailand in which two Hong Kong tourists were killed has been found and will be handed over to the police soon. A source at the Nong Mon Highway Police in Bang Saen, under whose jurisdiction the crash investigation falls, said last night that City Tour, which operated the bus, would 'soon' hand over the driver, identified only as Somphong. It is common in Thailand for drivers to flee from an accident and to hand themselves in after a cooling-off period, the police said. But it was not clear if Somphong had handed himself in. City Tour refused to comment. The driver is alleged to have been driving at high speed and run through red lights before the crash. Meanwhile, the family of a Hong Kong man killed in the crash has accused the travel agent of avoiding its responsibilities by refusing to pay for transporting his body back to the territory. Yesterday the family was furious to learn Kwan's Travel would not pay for flying the body back home. A brother-in-law of 33-year-old victim Chan Chi-keung said: 'I am dismayed by what the travel agent has done so far. They keep saying they are not responsible and there isn't one word of condolence from their spokesman.' He complained the agent had not offered adequate assistance to the casualties and families in Thailand. 'Families were not received by the agent's staff and we had to pay our fares,' he said. 'Chan's sister, who flew to Bangkok on Monday, did not receive any help from the agent and she has not managed to identify the corpse so far.' A spokesman for Kwan's Travel said they would pay their customers' medical and accommodation expenses in Thailand but would not be responsible for medical fees in Hong Kong. 'The cost of transferring the bodies back to Hong Kong would have to be paid by the families and arrangements could be made in about 10 days,' he said. The agent denied not giving sufficient help to the victims' families, saying their Bangkok staff had been accompanying them. Two Hong Kong people were killed and 21 injured when a bus in which they were travelling hit a stationary bus near Pattaya. The husband of victim Yuen Mei-ying is also in Thailand to arrange for the return of her body. Six people were still being treated in Bangkok General Hospital while the others returned to Hong Kong on Monday. One man remained in Queen Elizabeth Hospital in fair condition and two are at the Baptist Hospital. According to a doctor at Bangkok General Hospital, Chan's widow has threatened to kill herself. Chan Koon Suet-ling, 29, who suffered multiple injuries in the crash, told staff at the hospital she did not want to live. Dr Kanwar Sing said he was 'very worried' about Mrs Chan, who learned of her husband's death after she had undergone surgery. Dr Sing said a psychiatrist had been asked to evaluate Mrs Chan. Hospital staff had also been instructed to 'keep a close watch on her'. Mrs Chan, a teacher, worked in the same school as her husband. Dr Sing said a woman had been taken off the critical list and he expected some patients would be able to return to Hong Kong within a week.