Woman dumps newborn with stranger in street Police are looking for a woman who handed her newborn son to a Filipino man at the corner of Waterloo Road and Nathan Road yesterday before fleeing. The man said he did not know the woman, who had long-hair and was in her 30s. She was wearing a white shirt and jeans. The boy, whose umbilical cord was still attached, was taken to Kwong Wah Hospital. Two men arrested after drink-driving accidents Two men were arrested for drink-driving early yesterday after two accidents. The first driver, 44, was hurt when he crashed into a barrier on the West Kowloon Corridor at 2.45am and was taken to Princess Margaret Hospital. He was released on $5,000 bail. In the second accident, a car veered into the opposite lane in Tate's Cairn Tunnel and collided with a goods van at 4am. The car driver, 29, was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital. He was released on $5,000 bail. Include light rail in fare cuts: unionist Unionist legislator Lee Cheuk-yan urged the government to include Light Rail passengers in the fare concessions plan proposed for the merger of the two rail operators. He called for a 10 per cent fare cut on all Light Rail routes. Transport chief Sarah Liao Sau-tung told the Legislative Council earlier that Light Rail passengers would be excluded from any fare cuts because they received discounts when transferring to West Rail. But Mr Lee argued many of the passengers did not use the line. Fire forces road closure Wong Chuk Hang Road was closed for more than two hours after a blaze broke out on the fourth floor of the Union Industrial Building at 10.30am. Firemen evacuated three people. No one was hurt and the fire was put out by 11.15am. But Wong Chuk Hang Road remained closed until about 1.10pm. Six hurt in pileup Six people were hurt in a four-vehicle pileup at Fung Kat Heung Road near Mo Fan Heung, Lok Ma Chau. They were taken to North District Hospital.