Girl, 8, hurt as van crashes into yard An eight-year-old girl was injured by flying glass when a van crashed through the front yard of her house in Lok Ma Chau and smashed an aquarium yesterday. Man Yen-ling was playing in an rubber pool outside her house in Lok Ma Chau Road when the incident happened at 3.30pm. Police said glass fragments hit the girl's neck, left arm and leg. She was in a semi-conscious state before being taken to North District Hospital, and was later transferred to Prince of Wales Hospital. Her condition was not known last night. taiwanese woman reports bag stolen in central A woman jeweller from Taiwan reported to police she had lost her handbag containing $3 million worth of jewellery in Queen's Road Central. She said her bag was taken when she was shopping inside an antique shop which also sold clothes. Visitor on drug charges A mainland visitor was found to have concealed $1.8 million worth of cocaine in her body when she was arrested at Chek Lap Kok Airport. She had apparently swallowed the drug before she arrived from Ecuador. She will appear in Tsuen Wan Court today. another waterspout spotted in HK waters A Government Flying Service pilot reported sighting a waterspout west of Hong Kong. It was the third waterspout sighting made within eight days. The Hong Kong Observatory's weather observer at Chek Lap Kok airport observed the associated funnel cloud over the western part of the Pearl Estuary.