GRIEVING relatives of those killed after a building wall collapsed on them in Nathan Road on Friday visited the scene of the tragedy yesterday. Weeping and praying with joss sticks, they paid homage to the five dead at 8 am. The relatives declined to talk to reporters, saying they were still too distraught. Meanwhile, the condition of goldsmith Wong Chun, 58, a father of six, who was injured in Friday's incident, remains critical. Mr Wong was being kept on a life-support machine at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Two other victims, Filipino worker Ruperto Balandra, 61, and Taiwanese tourist Kao Chien-yin, 40, were treated and discharged. Demolition and clearing work resumed yesterday at the building in Yau Ma Tei where more than 20 tonnes of bricks and concrete fell on pedestrians at about 10 am on Friday. The north-bound carriageway of Nathan Road between Jordan Road and Kansu Street was reopened to traffic at 6 am yesterday but police kept people away from the disaster site. Workmen started to re-build the 30-metre long wooden hoarding and scaffolding along the pavement. One of the policemen who took part in the rescue said if the incident had happened yesterday, the outcome would have been more tragic because the street was usually crowded with weekend shoppers. Business was also back to normal for shops operating near the site of the incident.