Lying in hospital for two days after the Egyptian bus crash, 14-year-old Chan Hiu-ching's only wish was to be reunited with family members separated after the accident - and place on her father's wrist his brown Buddhist bracelet recovered from the scene. But yesterday she learned that this would never happen. Hiu-ching was finally told that her parents had died in the crash; but she is yet to learn that her brother is also dead. 'The bracelet belonged to my father and was picked up for me by an uncle at the crash scene. I hope I will be able to put this bracelet on my father's wrist again,' she told reporters earlier in the day when she had no idea that her father, Chan Kwok-leung, mother Lo Wai-fun and brother Chan Cheuk-hei had been killed in the accident. Hiu-ching cheated death in the crash that killed 14 tourists, suffering only minor injuries to the left side of her face. But she was left in the dark about the deaths - and only found out the truth when relatives from Hong Kong took her out of hospital yesterday. Earlier, while still in hospital, she said: '[Some police officers] showed me a picture of a person lying on a bed. The person had blood all over the face. 'I asked if she was Mother and whether she was still alive. They said yes, but did not tell me where she was. There was still no news about my father and brother.' Despite her fears, she remained hopeful - maybe her father and brother had been taken to Cairo for better treatment. 'Perhaps they are now in hospital in Cairo. I hope they are doing fine and won't leave me alone in this place,' she said in tears. Hiu-ching was one of six children under 16 in the tour group. One of them was killed and two were injured and are being treated in Hurghada. It was unclear last night whether any of these children had also lost family members. Principal Assistant Secretary for Security Linda So Ka-pik said the government would try its best to take care of the girl's needs. 'We understand the girl's relatives are already in Egypt and we've briefed them about the conditions of the other family members,' she said. 'Our immigration officers and medical staff there will do their best to take care of the girl and overcome the difficulties.' Families of victims returned to the crash site yesterday to lay flowers in memory of those who died. Some carried out mourning rites but they were not allowed to burn incense.