Park View estate residents say they have suffered enough noise, pollution and danger from the growing number of container trucks using Fairview Park Boulevard over the past 10 years. 'The more container trucks on the boulevard, the higher the probability that accidents will occur,' said Janet Fung, who has lived in the up-market estate for more than 20 years. 'As the containers are large, it is dangerous for private car drivers or pedestrians on the road.' A Ms Wong, the mother of an 11-year-old girl, echoed Ms Fung's view. She said that, after 12-year-old Kam Ho-wah was killed by a truck on the boulevard last week, she didn't allow her daughter to hear the news. They had to pass by the road every day and she didn't want to scare or upset her. Ms Wong said an increasing number of shipping containers had been trucked along the road over the past 10 years, heading for the growing number of container parks located in the neighbouring villages. 'The more the containers, the more serious the noise and the air pollution problems will be,' she said. 'There are three schools inside Fairview Park, and the noise of the container trucks has a big effect on the students. 'Besides, the container trucks are huge and sometimes swerve across lanes, and that worries me as well. 'Even if my daughter never goes cycling outside the estate, I worry for her and other children's safety.' A resident of nearby Tan Sai Wai said, however, that villagers relied on the trucks for goods and livelihood and a blockade of the boulevard would inconvenience them. 'The traffic is jammed. The trucks or lorries cannot drive in and out,' he said. 'That affects my living as well, as they can't transport the food. 'Besides the road doesn't solely belong to [the residents of Fairview Park estate]. 'Being rich doesn't mean they can do anything they want.'