Taiwan burn victim’s family feared the worst


Deadly party: Soldiers carrying an injured partygoer to an ambulance after the fire at the water park in Taipei. — EPA

Singapore: Every day for the past month, businessman Joseph Loy would cry in a corner at Block Four of Singapore General Hospital while his daughter Megan Loy fought for her life in a ward upstairs.

The 18-year-old suffered severe burns on 80% of her body after a huge fire broke out at a water park in Taipei on June 27.

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