Siu Chi-keung, who lost two relatives, said the Chinese authorities had given him the impression that last year’s report was the final version. Photo: Edward WongSiu Chi-keung, who lost two relatives, said the Chinese authorities had given him the impression that last year’s report was the final version. Photo: Edward Wong
Siu Chi-keung, who lost two relatives, said the Chinese authorities had given him the impression that last year’s report was the final version. Photo: Edward Wong

Report on Egypt balloon tragedy that killed nine Hongkongers is not the final version even though inquest is underway

Investigators are still probing the tragedy, shocked relatives are told during consulate meeting

Topic |   Egypt balloon tragedy
Siu Chi-keung, who lost two relatives, said the Chinese authorities had given him the impression that last year’s report was the final version. Photo: Edward WongSiu Chi-keung, who lost two relatives, said the Chinese authorities had given him the impression that last year’s report was the final version. Photo: Edward Wong
Siu Chi-keung, who lost two relatives, said the Chinese authorities had given him the impression that last year’s report was the final version. Photo: Edward Wong
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