27 injured when school bus hits central divider Twenty-seven people, including 23 primary pupils, were injured when their school bus crashed into a central divider in Hunghom yesterday. The Primary 4 pupils from SKH Kei Tak Primary School in Wong Tai Sin were on an excursion to the Police Museum on the Peak when the crash happened in Chatham Road North near Wuhu Street at 10am. Patrick Ho to see bun fest site before climb decision A delegation of government officials, including Home Affairs Secretary Patrick Ho Chi-ping, will today inspect the Cheung Chau bun festival site before making a final decision on whether to allow the traditional bun tower climb, an event banned for 26 years. Organisers of next week's festival made new proposals to the government after their original plans to stage the climb up the 15-metre towers were rejected. Mr Ho's party is expected to arrive on Cheung Chau at about 10.30am. Bail granted to 6 in $1.8m ICAC fraud case Six suspects charged with fraud in connection with a $1.8 million government project were granted bail at the Eastern Magistracy. The suspects included two engineers with the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department and four others from Alfacom, a computer company. They were charged by the ICAC after they allegedly defrauded the government over a Transport Department IT project between 2001 and last year. The six pleaded not guilty, and the case was adjourned until July 2. Foetus found in Tin Shui Wai sewer A foetus was found in a sewer in Tin Shui Wai. The 15cm fetus was found in the Tin Chuk Street sewer near a water pumping station when four workers were cleaning just before 9.30am. Police said an autopsy would be carried out. Suspect falls to death A suspected mainland burglar fell to his death from a building under demolition in Western. A cleaner found the man lying unconscious behind Wilmer Street at 7.30am.