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All Hong Kong survivors back home

08-27-2010 08:55 BJT Special Report:HK Tourists Held Hostage in Manila |

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The last two Hong Kong tourists who survived Monday's hostage crisis in Manila have flown back to the Hong Kong SAR. The injured victim Jason Leung arrived in Hong Kong late Thursday evening.

He was then transferred to Tuen Mun Hospital. An official from the Chinese Embassy to the Philippines says Leung had been hospitalized in Manila after surgery on a head wound. He was taken by ambulance to Manila airport and transferred to Hong Kong, accompanied by his mother.

The other victim took a commercial airliner late Wednesday back to Hong Kong. As of Thursday afternoon, all 21 tourists involved in the incident had returned to Hong Kong including the bodies of the eight victims.

The last two Hong Kong tourists who survived Monday's hostage crisis in Manila have flown back to the Hong Kong SAR. The injured victim Jason Leung arrived in Hong Kong late Thursday evening.
The last two Hong Kong tourists who survived Monday's hostage crisis in Manila 
have flown back to the Hong Kong SAR. The injured victim Jason Leung arrived in 
Hong Kong late Thursday evening.

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV

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