Police will soon speak to two dancers who were injured at boyband Mirror's concert in late July after one of them – Mo Li Kai-yin – saw his condition downgraded from serious to stable, according to sources.
Yet, police at this point will not speak to Edan Lui Cheuk-on and Anson Lo Hon-ting, two of the boyband's 12 members who were performing on stage at the time, sources added.
It was because police checked security camera footage and found Lui and Lo may not have witnessed the incident according to where they stood on the stage at the time, sources also said.
Li is now staying at the department of neurosurgery in Queen Elizabeth Hospital with vital signs at stable levels after more than a month of hospitalization, the Hospital Authority announced yesterday (Tue).
The condition of the second injured dancer Cheung Tsz-fung, who had been discharged earlier, had deteriorated, according to Catherine Lui Sze-wai, a former kindergarten supervisor, on Facebook
Police have been speaking to dancers, organizers, stage design companies, and other individuals involved in the incident and searching related premises and offices.
Yesterday, police searched five premises, including Engineering Impact Ltd.'s office on Tung Yuen Street in Yau Tong, where four people were taken away, and two Yuen Long offices of Hip Hing Loong Stage Engineering Co Ltd.
Officers of the West Kowloon crime squad also took a man and a woman to Gemstar Center in Hung Hom last night and seized a computer and some documents.
On Monday, tycoon Richard Li Tzar-kai, chairperson of PCCW, the parent company of concert organizer MakerVille, said in a statement that he will personally pledge a HK$10 million donation to Mo.
Yet, Mo's clergyman father, Derek Li Shing-lam, issued a statement on Facebook
Tuesday afternoon in which he expressed gratitude towards the tycoon but declined the offer.
Derek Li said it is still too soon to accept any donation as the government hasn't released the final investigation results, and it is not yet determined who should bear the responsibility for the incident.