A HONG KONG woman is mourning her husband and mother after a car crash in China. The accident is also thought to have claimed the lives of two other family members. Relatives are travelling to Conghua in Guangdong to comfort typist Yeung Man-yee, injured in the smash on Thursday, shortly after the family arrived in the city. The family left for Guangzhou on holiday about a week ago. One friend said: 'They travelled on their own and did not join a tour. I learned about the accident briefly from a relative of the family who has already flown to China.' Traffic police in Conghua had no details yesterday. Hong Kong travellers to the mainland have been involved in 107 accidents, of which four were fatal, over the past three years. In the summer of 1993, five were killed and eight injured when their Fujian-bound bus collided head-on with a truck, crashing down a slope outside Yonghu, 20 kilometres from Huiyang. The Hong Kong Travel Industry Council has proposed a surcharge on package tours to set up a fund to help travellers involved in accidents overseas. Among its suggestions are the fund paying out for the victims' medical fees and expenses incurred flying relatives to join the injured. 'Drivers usually just ignore traffic regulations, especially those who work at night,' said one regular visitor.