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Girls in Emigration and Hong Kong died in a car accident before their 28th birthday, their parents went to another place for funeral affairs

2021-11-27T15:29:49.204Z

A 27-year-old girl from Hong Kong, Suete Chan (surname Chen) immigrated to Canada six months ago. She was hit by a private car on the way to work this Wednesday (24th) and died after being sent to hospital. She was supposed to meet 28 on Friday (26th). age



A 27-year-old girl from Hong Kong, Suete Chan (surname Chen) immigrated to Canada six months ago. She was hit by a private car on the way to work this Wednesday (24th) and died after being sent to hospital. She was supposed to meet 28 on Friday (26th). Birthday.

Chen's parents needed to go to a different place to handle matters for their daughter. His employer claimed that the expenses were huge, so he launched a crowdfunding of 35,000 Canadian dollars (approximately HK$213,000) to help Chen's family. The goal was exceeded in just one day.

When interviewed by the local media "The Signal", her employer said that Chen is a very cute, sweet, and friendly person, and that she is passionate about work and has made many friends.


Suete Chan’s employer initiated fundraising on a crowdfunding website, hoping to raise money for his family members and help them go to other places to handle their afterlife.

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Canadian media "The Signal" reported that Chen immigrated to Canada in June this year. This Friday was originally her 28th birthday. However, unfortunately, she was hit by a vehicle on Wednesday morning when she was crossing the road in Dartmouth, a city on the southeast coast of Canada, and was seriously injured. He was certified dead after being sent to hospital for rescue.

The driver in the accident was issued a ticket for failing to give way to passers-by at the pedestrian crossing.

The report also pointed out that a citizen died in a car accident on the same road as early as February 2019.

An organization dedicated to improving local road safety stated that it is very dangerous to ask a pedestrian to cross four high-speed lanes without any measures to slow down the driver. They believe that the accident reflects the need for additional infrastructure. Urgency to ensure the safety of passers-by crossing the wide road.

Chen worked as a marketing manager for a fashion company in Dartmouth. His employer, Tabitha Osler, has assisted Chen with immigration matters in the past year. She described Chen's courage by moving away from home to a foreign land to pursue his dreams.

The employer also pointed out that the street where the incident occurred was the only way for Chen to go to work. It is believed that the cars would park for her on weekdays. It is estimated that Chen did not expect an accident at the time.

The employer also pointed out to "The Signal" that she initiated a fundraising campaign on the crowdfunding website GoFundMe to assist Chen's family across the ocean to Canada to handle their fuss.

The employer described Chen as adventurous on the fundraising webpage, but his life journey came to an abrupt end.

Since she has no family in Canada, her deeply-hit parents have to go to Canada to deal with the matter after receiving the news of their daughter’s death. They also have to bear the heavy expenses such as quarantine and quarantine. We hope that enthusiastic people will donate to help. Chen's family.

The crowdfunding target is 35,000 Canadian dollars (approximately HK$213,000), which has been met in just one day, and more than 45,000 Canadian dollars (approximately HK$274,000) have been raised at 11pm today (27th).

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Source: hk1

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