Two fishermen hurt in cargo vessel collision Two mainland fishermen suffered minor head injuries when their fishing boat was involved in a collision with a mainland cargo vessel off Siu Sai Wan yesterday morning. Their vessel was heading towards Shau Kei Wan typhoon shelter while the cargo vessel was leaving Hong Kong when the collision happened in the Tathong Channel just before 6am. Checks on bus fleet after passenger scalded New World First Bus examined its fleet of 282 British-made buses after a cooling pipe on one vehicle's heating system burst and sprayed hot water on a passenger. A company spokesman said protective shields would be fixed around the heating systems to prevent similar accidents. The work will take several months to complete. Woman slashed in domestic incident Police and fire officers broke into a flat in Sau Mau Ping and overpowered a 50-year-old man after he allegedly injured his wife, 50, with a knife. Officers were called to the 34th-floor flat at Wun Wah House, Lok Wah South Estate, just before 2pm after the woman, suffering injuries to her face, ran out of the residence and shouted for help. She was taken to United Christian Hospital. Smuggled pork worth $90,000 seized at border Customs officers arrested a 22-year-old truck driver and seized 3,055kg of smuggled pork aboard his vehicle, which was bound for Hong Kong, at the Shataukok border checkpoint about 8am. The 130 bags of pork were worth about $90,000. The driver was still being detained by officials for questioning last night.