Welcome to the HK Local News Section. In this particular section of the news, you will be able to read about what is happening Hong Kong, outside of the Entertainment Circle and TVB. The Rules of Asian News does apply here.
All members must follow these Rules listed below:
1. Respect and Friendliness - Please be polite and post appropriate comments. We do not want to see any swearing or any rude comments, respect each other and the artistes.
2. Strictly NO SPAMMING!. Read the NO SPAMMING RULES for more details.
3. Please Stay on Topic. Offtopic posts will be considered as spam.
*Do not talk about different things that do not relate to the particular news. You can add those type of comments, to expand on your comment on the News.
4. Crediting - If reposted, Please provide proper credits to our AEU Translators.
5. Have fun and Enjoy reading the news! :D
Topic Title: [Title of Article]
Topic Description: [Date of Article]
Topic Content: [Always have the Source and Credits at the top.]
If you are interested in helping with translations regularly, please send a PM to aZnangel. There is also a pinned topic with more information in the forum.
Singer Yumiko's lung was punctured by a twig, was unconscious for two days, Thursday June 26, 2012
Jun 26 2012, 10:28 AM
Joined: 24-December 06
Member No.: 2,491
Translated by: R.E.D @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums/
EEG singer Yumiko went to Bhuket in Thailand to attend her friend's birthday party last month. As she and the birthday girl were chasing each other on the wet floor surface near the swimming pool, they both accidentally fell down the hill next to the swimming pool. Her friend was slightly hurt, but Yumiko was seriously injured. She landed on a hill full of trees, a branch of a tree hit her back and punctured her lung. She was taken to hospital immediately.
Yumiko was unconscious for two days and being treated in the "Intensive Care Unit". After a series of emergency treatment, her condition was getting better. The doctor confirmed that a twig had punctured her lung and her 5th cervical vertebrae was moved aside. It hurts Yumiko when she breathes. Her friends in Bhuket were going to charter a flight for her to go back to Hong Kong to be treated, but the local doctors suggested she would be better off being treated in Thailand. Although Yumiko's condition is stable, no date has been set for her return to Hong Kong yet.
Don't Forget to click the "THANKS" button
This post has been edited by R.E.D: Jun 26 2012, 10:30 AM
|Lo-Fi Version||Time is now (EST): 23rd May 2013 - 03:22 PM|