A three-year-old toddler who this week survived a 10-floor fall may have to live away from her parents if a child-abuse case is proved. The future of Wong King, who was last night said to be in fair condition at the United Christian Hospital, will be decided in the next two weeks. Social workers, doctors and police will discuss whether her parents are to blame. The girl and her twin sister, Wong Fan, had been left unattended at their Sau Mau Ping estate home while their parents worked. A spokesman for the Social Welfare Department said yesterday: 'The conference will discuss if a general child-abuse case is established. 'But even if it's not, that does not mean the parents can bring their daughter back home. We will study further if they are suitable and capable of caring for the child.' Social workers could apply to have the children put in care. A judge has already temporarily placed Wong Fan in a children's home.