A Hong Kong woman badly injured in Monday's earthquake has been unable to speak or sleep for days and is frightened at the slightest sound, her sister said yesterday. An emotional Poon Siu-man was speaking at the airport as she and her sister Poon Yuet-hor arrived back in Hong Kong on separate flights, under arrangements made by an insurance company. Poon Siu-man sobbed as she walked through the arrivals hall, murmuring 'I want to see my sister', and saying she was 'extremely worried' about her. 'She is very nervous and she is scared at the slightest sound. She has been unable to sleep for days.' But other family members refused to tell Poon Siu-man, 31, which hospital her sister had gone to, saying she was too emotional and should go home and rest. Poon Yuet-hor, 60, was tending a temple near the Sichuan provincial capital, Chengdu, as a volunteer when the quake struck. She was struck by falling debris and suffered serious head injuries, a swollen arm and internal injuries. Her sister found her lying in front of the Puzhao Temple minutes after the quake. She was believed to have been sweeping the floor of the 300-year-old temple in Qingchengshan after joining a ceremony to release animals back to the wild to mark the Buddha's birthday. Meanwhile, the Hospital Authority's initial assessment team met the head of Chengdu's Huaxi Hospital, who told them the hospital had enough staff to cope with the injured but could use some specialist help. For example, said the team's leader, Liu Shao-haei - the authority's chief manager for infection, emergency and contingencies - clinical psychologists could counsel quake victims. The team visited several Chengdu hospitals, an authority spokesman said. The authority will send more doctors to help with the quake recovery next week. The team will comprise orthopaedics and traumatology, infection control and intensive care staff. The makeup of the team has not been confirmed yet.