In Episode 29 of The Hippocratic Crush II, Yat Kin (Kenneth Ma) gets hit by a bus, causing his life to be at risk.
Yat Kin (Kenneth Ma) drops off his mom (Gigi Wong) and Yue Jai (Tavia Yeung) at the TV recording studio.
He goes to park his car.
Just as he is about to cross the street, a bus comes charging at him.
He gets hit.
Yue Jai and Yat Kin’s mom witness the entire scene.
They quickly approach Yat Kin. At first he says he is fine.
But, Yue Jai realizes that his head is bleeding.
Yue Jai follows Yat Kin to the ambulance.
At the hospital, Mei Suet (Mandy Wong), Ben (Benjamin Yuen), and Onion (Him Law) rush to Yat Kin. He requires multiple surgeries.
As Yat Kin is undergoing a scan, his heartbeat suddenly stops. Thankfully, Onion helps him draw out blood, bringing his heartbeat back.
Yat Kin’s mother finds out that Yue Jai will be taking part in the surgeries.
As they are scrubbing their fingernails, Onion says discouraging things to force and encourage Yue Jai to be brave.
Yat Kin requires both heart and neurosurgery.
Yat Kin sees his brother, Yat Hong (Nathan Ngai) and questions if he is still alive. Yat Hong says as long as he has faith, he will be okay.
Lokman (Lawrence Ng) comes back.
In the surgery room, Lokman tells Yue Jai to take a break. He will take over from there.
He carries on with the operation, but at this time, Yat Kin suffers a large amount of blood lost.
When Yue Jai sees nurses running in with blood, she knows that Yat Kin had lost a lot of blood.
She goes back to see what’s up. She realizes that as Yat Kin had lost so much blood, they must finish the heart surgery part before they resume the brain surgery part, fearing Yat Kin would lose more blood.
Ben comes to comfort Siu Jie, and apologizes for taking so long, as he had to deal with other patients.
The crew of doctors come out. The operations were successful.
But Yat Kin remains in a coma.