A FUND is expected to be set up before the Lunar New Year for families of travellers killed in accidents abroad. Injured tourists will also be eligible for up to a maximum $180,000. The scheme follows a river rafting accident in Bali on January 1 in which three Hong Kong people were killed and nine were injured. Details of the scheme were contained in a Legislative Council paper from the Trade and Industry Branch. Travellers injured or relatives of people killed in organised activities on a package tour, including dangerous activities, are eligible. 'It is suggested that it would be against the principle and spirit of the scheme if dangerous activities are to be excluded from protection,' the paper mentioned. Rafting, skiing, bungee jumping and parachuting are covered. But there will be a limit on coverage: a maximum of $100,000 for medical expenses; $40,000 for cremation or return of a remains; $20,000 per relative for compassionate visits for up to two relatives. The money will come from the Travel Industry Compensation Fund.