Lee Fu-kuo, 40, the husband of one of those hurt in Sunday's mid-air drama said yesterday his wife was too frightened to fly again. Mr Lee, from Taiwan, said his mainland wife, Wang Lihui, 28, was deeply upset by her ordeal. 'She is now so scared of travelling she says she won't get on a plane again,' he said. Mr Lee, a businessman, flew in from Kaohsiung on Sunday evening on learning, from television, that his wife's flight had hit trouble. 'I was so worried I bought a ticket and came over. Now I know her life is at no risk I feel much better,' he said. There are no direct flights between the mainland and Taiwan and the couple had relied on flying to Hong Kong to meet over the two years of their marriage. 'I often came to Kunming to meet her. But she also came to Taiwan once before. That was her second flight - she was so unlucky,' Mr Lee said. His wife suffered injuries to her neck, waist and shoulders when she was sent flying into baggage compartments when the aircraft hit turbulence. Another Taiwanese husband, Yu Yu-ling from Taipei, said his four-year-old son flew out of his mother's arms as she brought him back from the toilet. 'I immediately rushed to pick him up. He didn't suffer too many injuries, fortunately,' he said. Mr Yu, 32, was travelling with his children, wife and mother and mother-in-law. His wife, Wang Yu-pao, 28, was in a stable condition yesterday.