The family of a bar-bender who died with five other people in a 2009 crash at Lok Ma Chau is suing the truck driver who hit their taxi for unspecified damages. Zhang Runhua and Cheung Si Nga, the administrators of the estate of Cheung Yu-lam, 48, have filed a claim at the High Court against Law Siu-kuen, who is serving a six-year jail term for manslaughter. Lam Chi-shing, the truck owner, was named as a co-defendant. Cheung left a two-year-old daughter and a one-year-old son. Law's truck hit a taxi carrying five iron-fixing workers to their job on January 23, 2009, killing them and the taxi driver. The Court of Appeal heard last December that the day before the horror crash, Law had driven from Shenzhen to Hong Kong, then to Guangzhou and back to Hong Kong. After an hour's sleep, he met a friend and drank until 5am. He crashed into the taxi as he was driving along Castle Peak Road at around 7am. The vehicle was carrying a load of 8 tonnes.