Firemen had to free a 29-year-old driver from the wreckage of her BMW yesterday after a collision with a minibus in Wong Tai Sin. The minibus driver, 62, and five of his passengers, all women, were also injured. The accident knocked down 20 metres of railing in Lung Cheung Road, outside Morse Park swimming pool. Police said both vehicles were heading west along Lung Cheung Road when the driver of the BMW cut into the second lane and hit the back of the minibus. The BMW flipped on its side and was badly damaged. Six lifeguards who were on duty at the swimming pool raced to the scene to help the injured. Senior lifeguard Hui Tai-yue said most of the injured passengers in the minibus were only slightly hurt but both drivers had been trapped in their seats. Mr Hui said they tried to calm the injured and provided first aid until the emergency services arrived. After firemen freed the minibus driver, whose legs were trapped, they spent more than an hour cutting apart the BMW to free the woman driver. The injured were taken to Caritas Medical Centre and Queen Elizabeth Hospital, where the BMW driver was admitted in serious condition. The minibus driver was reported to be in satisfactory condition and a 74-year-old woman passenger was in stable condition. The other four passengers were treated and discharged.