Truck driver in court over Tuen Mun bus disaster Truck driver Li Chau-wing appeared in Tsuen Wan court yesterday accused of dangerous driving causing the deaths of 21 people in relation to the July 10 Tuen Mun bus crash. The 53-year-old is accused of crashing his truck into a double-decker Kowloon Motor Bus vehicle on route 265M, causing the bus to plunge 50 metres off a Tuen Mun Road overpass. Twenty passengers were also injured in the crash. Li was charged with three other vehicle-related violations. No plea was taken yesterday and the case was adjourned to December 18. Nine commuters injured in Mui Wo ferry accident Nine commuters were injured when a triple-decker ferry from Central slammed into a sea wall next to the Mui Wo pier on Lantau yesterday. The New World First Ferry vessel was carrying 131 passengers and eight crew members when the accident happened at about 9.30am. Two men and three women, aged between 29 and 75, were discharged after receiving treatment at Mui Wo Clinic. Two other women, aged 56 and 61, were in a stable condition in Princess Margaret Hospital, while two men, aged 50 and 54, remained in Queen Mary Hospital last night. Policeman draws gun to stop attack A policeman drew his revolver to stop two men attacking a 20-year-old man with metal pipes in a public housing estate in Tai Po yesterday. The constable saw the attack while patrolling outside Sun Wo House, Tai Wo Estate, shortly before 2am. The two men ignored the constable's order to stop, but when he drew his gun, the suspects fled. One was caught and being held last night for questioning. The victim was treated for head injuries at Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital and was later discharged. 21 pupils sick from fumes Twenty-one pupils from Tin Shui Wai Catholic Primary School were sent to hospital after inhaling fertiliser fumes from a park being built nearby. Eleven boys and 10 girls from the Tin Pak Road school complained of feeling unwell at about 10.30am and were taken to Tuen Mun Hospital. Mark Six There were no first or second prize winners in last night's Mark Six draw. The numbers were 7, 10, 15, 38, 45 and 49. The extra number was 22. A jackpot of $6,463,613 will be added to the first prize for tomorrow night's draw.