Victim Paloma Law says she still suffers nightmares seven months after the incident. Yesterday, before describing Lam Kai-wah's four-year jail sentence as 'meaningless', she relived the moments she thought were her last when she was pushed on to the tracks at North Point station. 'What has been lost, has been lost. I sometimes still have nightmares with scenes of the incident flashing into my dreams,' Ms Law said. Husband Wong Ho-shan, 47, was worried the sentence would not teach Lam a lesson. Speaking publicly yesterday for the first time since her ordeal, Ms Law said she would never forget the morning of March 16 this year. She was waiting to take the MTR from North Point to Wan Chai where she worked as an administrator. 'I was the first in the queues. I didn't pay any attention to the person behind me. The platform wasn't very crowded. 'I heard the train coming when suddenly someone pushed me. I fell on to the rails and lay in the pit between the tracks facing upward. 'I thought I would be killed. I sheltered myself in the pit when the train passed over me. I didn't know what had happened to my hand. I only felt the pain and there was lots of blood,' she said. She fears her career will be affected by the injuries. 'I sometimes console myself that I'm already lucky enough to survive. The Eastern Hospital doctors and nurses who have been taking care of me also gave me the confidence to recover,' she said. Ms Law, mother of a 13-year-old boy, said she had been unable to do some housework after the incident. Her husband said: 'We've been eating lunch boxes since the incident as my wife cannot cook and I have to go to work.'