The damaged Lamma IV is moored off Lamma Island in Hong Kong after the  October 2012 collision that killed 38 people. Photo: EPA
The damaged Lamma IV is moored off Lamma Island in Hong Kong after the October 2012 collision that killed 38 people. Photo: EPA
SCMP Editorial
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Opinion

Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Families of 2012 Hong Kong ferry disaster need closure

  • Privacy ultimately has to be weighed against the public interest as calls grow for a full disclosure of the report into the tragedy

The damaged Lamma IV is moored off Lamma Island in Hong Kong after the  October 2012 collision that killed 38 people. Photo: EPA
The damaged Lamma IV is moored off Lamma Island in Hong Kong after the October 2012 collision that killed 38 people. Photo: EPA
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