A devastated couple have spoken of their battle to get justice for their only son who was tragically killed at a national park in China.
Ex-All Saints School and Burnham Grammer School pupil Xinyi Lu, 26, died after falling nine metres onto rocks from an unguarded platform in Taizhou city while on holiday in October.
His parents have since campaigned to get the local authority to take responsibility, claiming it tried to cover up his death to hide the park's poor safety standards.
"All our hopes died with Xinyi. We just wanted an explanation about what happened," said mum Mingying Lu, 57, of North Town, Maidenhead.
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The crash, which took place at about 7am today (Thursday), involved three vehicles. One man sadly died as a result of the collision and his next of kin have been informed.