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Remains of Chinese tourist in canoe accident in Vietnam back home

The remains of a Chinese tourist killed in a canoe accident in Nha Trang Bay in central Vietnam was sent back home by air on Sunday.

The remains, accompanied by the victim's relatives, was carried by a China Southern Airlines plane which left Nha Trang city, central Khanh Hoa province on Sunday afternoon for China's southern Guangzhou city.

Earlier, a joint working group of the Chinese Embassy and Consulate in Vietnam completed various procedures for the remains to be sent back to China as soon as possible.

The canoe, carrying 22 people including 21 Chinese citizens, capsized on Wednesday afternoon in Nha Trang Bay, Khanh Hoa, killing the Chinese tourist and a Vietnamese tour guide, and seriously injuring another Chinese tourist. All other Chinese citizens were rescued.

Most of the rescued Chinese tourists safely returned to China by air on Thursday. The injured Chinese tourist is now under treatment in Nha Trang.

Source:Xinhua  Editor:Lucky

(Source_title:Remains of Chinese tourist in canoe accident in Vietnam back home)