THE parents of one victim of the Lan Kwai Fong tragedy want their son's body to be used to help others in transplant operations. Grief-stricken Mrs Lolly Fullerton, whose son Jody, 18, died in the New Year tragedy, said yesterday they had decided to donate their son's bones and corneas because ''it was important for doctors and will benefit many people''. ''We want Jody to live on in others.'' The chief executive of Queen Mary Hospital, Dr Vivian Wong, yesterday described Mrs Fullerton as very brave. ''She came into the hospital and said: 'We'd like to identify the body as soon as possible so that we can offer parts of the body for donation.' '' Transplant co-ordinator Ms Shelly Ho Sau-lan said: ''The family was very calm and helpful. They were full of kindness even in their hour of grief.'' Meanwhile, there were scenes of hysteria at the Victoria Public Mortuary yesterday as distraught families identified the 20 dead victims. The father of Koji Niizeki, 27, a sales manager for Toshiba Electronics, flew in from Japan yesterday to identify his son along with three Toshiba directors who came to pay their respects. Mr Niizeki's girlfriend, who was visiting the territory, said he had taken her to Lan Kwai Fong because he had wanted to show her the area. She was also injured but was discharged after treatment. The father of 20-year-old Lam Chin-wan said his son had gone to Lan Kwai Fong on New Year's Eve because he had had such a good time there on Christmas Eve. ''Chin-wan probably went there because he loved the atmosphere. He was so used to the Western lifestyle that we couldn't stop him from going.'' Friends who accompanied the Lam family to the mortuary said they were planning to leave the area straight after the countdown. ''We tried to stick together but three of us fell and we lost sight of Chin-wan. I couldn't breathe and couldn't see, and when I got out I just waited for the ambulancemen,'' said Mr Ng, who did not want to give his full name. ''We didn't know what had happened to Chin-wan until we phoned the police on Friday morning.'' Yiu Chor-shing, 30, was crushed to death while protecting his fiancee Wong Mei- yuk. She is still in intensive care suffering from head injuries. Ms Wong's sister said after leaving the morgue yesterday: ''They usually picked one spot to spend New Year's Eve. This year they chose Lan Kwai Fong and went with company colleagues for the first time. ''It is so tragic that he died for her and left her alone. ''I dare not tell her about his death. I can only comfort her by telling her that he was transferred to another hospital for treatment. ''I think the crowds are to blame for this tragedy. The accident was man-made. They should not have fun by pushing one another; they should not get so drunk.'' The parents of Lo Hon-chiu, 21, related how their son had gone home to their Ma On Shan flat for supper before going out with his friends. His tearful mother said: ''It was his last supper.''