Updated at 6.46pm: One of the survivors of Tuesday's bus accident in Egypt which killed 14 Hong Kong tourists was reported missing, the travel agency which organised the trip said on Thursday. Jetour operations director Thomas Chau Wing-keung said the woman had lost contact with the tour group and also with her brother - who has left Hong Kong for Egypt. Mr Chau said the travel agency had no information about how she went missing, but it was now trying to locate her. The accident occurred in southern Egypt on Tuesday as the coach was heading from the Red Sea resort of Hurghada to the historic city of Luxor. The bus rolled over while speeding around a bend on the highway. All 14 who died have now been identified. The victims were six men, seven women, and an 11-year-old boy. Jetour said it would soon notify the relatives of the identification results. As well as the 14 killed, 30 passengers were injured. Two have been sent to Paris for further treatment. Five remain in hospital in the Egyptian capital Cairo and four in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada. The other 17 have been discharged, Hong Kong radio reported on Thursday. Meanwhile, some relatives of the victims have demanded Jetour arrange a charter flight to send them back to Hong Kong. A group of relatives and six government staff - including four immigration officers, a doctor and a nurse - arrived in Egypt on Wednesday night to offer assistance.