Mourners bring flowers and cards in memory of those killed in a fire, in Yau Ma Tei on November 18. At least eight people were killed in the blaze at an unlicensed diner as revellers marked Diwali and a toddler’s birthday on November 15. Photo: Sam Tsang
Mourners bring flowers and cards in memory of those killed in a fire, in Yau Ma Tei on November 18. At least eight people were killed in the blaze at an unlicensed diner as revellers marked Diwali and a toddler’s birthday on November 15. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Deadly Hong Kong fire a tragic reminder of how officials fail to put public safety first

Topic |   Accidents and personal safety in Hong Kong
Mourners bring flowers and cards in memory of those killed in a fire, in Yau Ma Tei on November 18. At least eight people were killed in the blaze at an unlicensed diner as revellers marked Diwali and a toddler’s birthday on November 15. Photo: Sam Tsang
Mourners bring flowers and cards in memory of those killed in a fire, in Yau Ma Tei on November 18. At least eight people were killed in the blaze at an unlicensed diner as revellers marked Diwali and a toddler’s birthday on November 15. Photo: Sam Tsang
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