Four pedestrians were injured when a taxi mounted a pavement in Ngau Tau Kok yesterday. The driver, 32, lost control of her cab in On Shin Road at about 7.30am. Police said two elderly women, a girl, 12 and a boy, 13, were hit. The driver jumped out as the car continued down the slope, ramming another taxi and causing a pile-up with three other cars. The driver and four pedestrians, aged between 12 and 80, were taken to United Christian Hospital. An 80-year-old woman and the 13-year-old boy were last night in stable condition.