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Scaffolding fatal accident | The deceased had revealed that his work was dangerous and his wife regretted not discouraging him

2021-12-03T05:37:10.035Z

"I told you to do nothing if you can't do it." Hung Hom's life-threatening industrial accident. Chen Rongbin, 46, died yesterday when scaffolding was carried out at a building at 27 Gillies South Road, Hung Hom, and left his wife and children helpless. , Poor young son



"I told you to do nothing if you can't do it." Hung Hom's life-threatening industrial accident. Chen Rongbin, 46, died yesterday when scaffolding was carried out at a building at 27 Gillies South Road, Hung Hom, and left his wife and children helpless. , Poor young son was just over the moon, and the deceased could not hear his son yell "Dad". Chen's wife was crying while holding the young son, and regretted not preventing her husband from engaging in high-risk work: "I'm right, don't you!"


The deceased Chen Rongbin was engaged in scaffolding for 4 years, married to his wife surnamed Su for 3 years, and had a pair of children. The daughter was only one year old and the youngest had just reached the full moon. A family of four lived in a sub-office on the 7th floor of Dundas Street, Mong Kok, and his wife held a two-way trip. He came to Hong Kong to take care of his children, and he and her husband had just received the birth certificate of his son a few days ago.

Although the Chen family was poor and happy, there was no shortage of happiness and laughter. The deceased took care of the family for others, and he was able to bear more than 20,000 expenses such as rent, living expenses, and milk powder.

Chen's wife missed hearing the knock on the door every evening most. When the door was opened, the smiling husband came back. Her heart was soothing and at ease. Her husband was a good father. Even though work was hard, he would put his daughter to sleep every night.

It’s a pity that everything is like smoke now. I can no longer hear the knock on the door or see the familiar back of the kitchen cooking. Chen’s wife recalls that tears are streaming down the face of the sleeping young son, and the one-year-old eldest daughter is ignorant. Sucking his own fingers, it was in sharp contrast with the tears of his mother.

Chen’s wife felt guilty and sad about her husband’s accident, and frequently yelled: "Don’t go, don’t go", "Quit back, BB didn’t call her father." She said that her husband had disclosed that the work was dangerous, but she didn’t think so. In the end, it was a big mistake, "I told you to do it, nothing happens!" After that, there were tears and tears.

Chen's wife is penniless and money for milk powder is also a problem. She is very hesitant. I hope the government can lend a helping hand to arrange for them to go upstairs and have a comfortable nest so that she can concentrate on raising her children and be a useful person in the future.

The Workers' Rights Association initiated donations to assist Mrs. Chen, hoping to help them tide over the temporary difficulties.

The donation method is as follows

▊Transfer

or bank

deposit

Hang Seng Bank Account: 295-421903-003

Account name: Industrial Casualty Rights Association Co., Ltd.

Association for the Rights of Industrial Accident Victims Limited

Please take a photo of the deposit slip (or take a screenshot of the electronic bank transfer screen) and indicate [Donation to the survivor of Chen Rongbin], and send a WhatsApp message to 9414 4993 together with the [full name and contact number of the donor].

▊Mail a

check or visit our center in person

Cheque payable to: Industrial Casualty Rights Association Limited

Association for the Rights of Industrial Accident Victims Limited

Address of the Club: 1/F, Lam Tin (West District) Community Centre, 71 Kai Tin Road, Lam Tin

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