FAMILIES of the victims in the fatal Kwun Long Lau landslip have called for a fair and accurate account when the Government releases its final report into the tragedy this week. They said the report, to be published on Wednesday, should tell the truth about the tragedy on July 23, in which five people were killed and three injured. The families also hope the findings will show who should bear responsibility for the landslip and help the coroner reach a fair verdict when the inquest into the deaths begins on Thursday. Meanwhile, survivors and bereaved families are struggling to begin life anew after moving out of their public flats in Kwun Long Estate. Chong Chan Lai-kuen, who had her left leg amputated at the knee, said from her hospital bed: 'The Government should not hide anything from us. I just want to know the truth and get the whole thing ended as soon as possible.' Her husband, Chong Cho-kit, and daughter Sau-ying, nine, were killed when the slope collapsed on to a footpath. Her brother, Chan Lok-man, said: 'She has not yet recovered from the accident. She often breaks into tears at night.' The 37-year-old housewife, who has been in hospital for four months, is now waiting for an artificial leg. But Mrs Chong said: 'I really don't know what I can do in the future.' Her son, Sau-fung, 15, who was also injured, has returned to his Form Four class. 'He is a very tough boy, he can face this change,' Mr Chan said of his nephew. Another survivor, Lok Po-shan, who also lost a leg, is still in hospital. 'She has failed to accept the reality [of her situation],' her father said. 'We hope the report will be accurate and fair, and candid about the cause of the accident, and then we can trace who was responsible.' Chan Wai-sing, who lost his wife, Chan Suk-lin, vowed to find the person responsible. 'There shouldn't be any cover-up in the report,' the shipping officer said. Mr Chan, 26, now has to take care of their nine-month-old baby girl, Ka-ying, on his own. The Government's initial findings blamed a leaking pipe which triggered the accident during heavy rain.