Tongan Family ‘overwhelmed with supports’  as alleged stabbing victim ‘shows sign of improvement’ in Australian hospital

    The family of a Tongan man who was allegedly stabbed at a train station in Melbourne, Australia have thanked relatives and friends for the “overwhelming community support” they have received.

    Kalakaua Fungavaka who was also known by the name Kaua was rushed to Royal Melbourne hospital after what the family had described as a stabbing incident after Fungavaka “getting off the train from work”.

    The details of the incident and what had actually happened were still unknown.

    The family of Fungavaka was grateful for those who sent supports and encouragements for him while in hospital.

    “They have read every comment and was overwhelmed by all the love they both appreciate you all”, said a post on Facebook by one of the family.

    “Kaua is showing some signs of improvement (moving his fingers and tried opening his eyes as of last night but is still in critical condition.

    “He has another surgery this morning so I please ask that we continue to lift Kaua up in prayers.

    “Kaua keep fighting because you have your sons who you adore with all your life waiting for their Dad to wake up.

    “God works in mysterious ways Amen when God is put in the center of your life he will make a way for things to come alight for the truth to be told. Nothing is impossible when you put God first”.

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