Cleaners fired after lodging a complaint Two cleaning women were fired from Flora Plaza in Fanling after their employer discovered they had filed a complaint to the Labour Department claiming illegal deprivation of holidays. Their complaint led to a fine of HK$27,000 for the employer. Legislator Lee Cheuk-yan said the sacking violated the Employment Ordinance and he would help the pair seek compensation. district councillor involved in car crash Islands district councillor Wong Fuk-kan, 50, escaped serious injury when his car burst into flames after colliding head-on with a van in Tung Chung Road, Lantau, at about 1.20pm. Firemen put out the blaze. Mr Wong and the 48-year-old van driver both complained of chest pains and were taken to Princess Margaret Hospital. Police said both passed breathalyser tests. Sailor falls into sea A sailor and eight containers fell into the sea from a barge berthed at a container terminal in Tsing Yi Hong Wan Road, Tsing Yi, when a crane's arm hit a stack of containers on board at about 6.25am yesterday. The man, 40, was rescued by firemen and treated for leg injuries at hospital. Policeman slightly hurt A policeman was injured when his motorcycle crashed into a car in Lok Yip Road, Fanling, at about 1.10pm. The constable, 28, was treated at North District Hospital for scratches. The driver of the car, 55, was unhurt. Both passed breathalyser tests. access for handicapped The Health, Welfare and Food Bureau told the Legco welfare panel it was studying how to expand access for the handicapped at arts venues. Expanded access was provided during the International Festival of Inclusive Arts, which was co-run by the bureau in February. 12th-floor suicide leap A 54-year-old man jumped to his death from a window in his brother's 12th-floor flat in Chai Wan. His body was found outside Sau Fung House, Fung Wah Estate, at about 1.15pm.