11-year-old boy and 26-year-old motorcycle rider injured during accident in Tsuen Wan


1st December 2023 – (Hong Kong) An 11-year-old boy and a 26-year-old motorcyclist of South Asian descent were injured in a motorbike accident on Tsuen Wing Street, Tsuen Wan. The incident has sparked an investigation by the local police into the cause of the accident.

At approximately 6:00 pm, the motorcyclist was navigating his way down Tsuen Wing Street. Near the playground opposite to Tsuen Wing Street, he was unable to stop in time and collided with the young boy crossing the street. Both the boy and the motorcyclist sustained injuries, with the former suffering abrasions on both legs and his right hand, and the latter experiencing injuries to his right hand and foot.

Following the unfortunate incident, both individuals were immediately conveyed to Yan Chai Hospital for medical treatment, fully conscious of their surroundings. The boy’s 37-year-old mother accompanied her son to the hospital, a testament to the distressing scene that unfolded that evening.

Photographs provided by a reader, Mr. Zhang, provide a vivid depiction of the aftermath of the accident. The motorbike involved in the incident can be seen laying across the ground, while the South Asian motorcyclist, believed to be the driver, is pictured sitting on the kerb. The injured boy, on the other hand, was laid down on the pedestrian path, with bystanders – two adults and two younger children – seen tending to him, covering him with clothing to keep him warm.

According to sources, the boy had just finished playing football and was leaving the area when the accident occurred. The concerned expressions on the faces of the onlookers in the picture underscore the grave concern for the welfare of the young boy, a stark reminder of the accident’s unexpected and unfortunate nature.