Father and daughter burned after flat row A man, 51, suffered serious burns to his body and legs after allegedly setting his Mong Kok flat on fire during a row with his 13-year-old daughter. He is in a critical condition in Queen Mary Hospital. His daughter also suffered burns to her legs and right arm after trying to put out the blaze in the family's unit in Prince Edward Road West late Tuesday night. The daughter is in a stable condition in Kwong Wah Hospital. Police said a stove was broken and newspapers set alight. The man's daughter, son, 18, and wife, 45, put out the blaze before firemen arrived. Police arrested the man for arson. Elderly woman is among three struck by vehicles A 70-year-old woman suffered head injuries when she was hit by a car on North Lantau Highway near a toll booth on Lantau at 1pm. She was taken to Princess Margaret Hospital. Elsewhere, a girl, five, and her Indonesian maid, 32, were injured after being hit by a minibus in Tim Fuk Road, Kowloon Tong, at 8.40am. The girl was in stable condition and her helper was in serious condition in Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Son arrested for stabbing father in money dispute Police arrested a man for stabbing his 79-year-old father in the abdomen in a dispute over money yesterday. The man, 46, who has a history of mental illness, injured his father at a flat at Lower Ngau Tau Kok Estate unit. His father, who alerted the police, was taken to United Christian Hospital. Police said the suspect was unhurt. Woman commits suicide A woman, 31, died after jumping from her sister's home in Argyle Street, Mong Kok, at 8.05am. Police said the woman recently had a dispute with her husband and moved in with her sister. Windscreens vandalised Four parked red minibuses had their windscreens smashed at a public light-bus terminal in Hip Wo Street, Kwun Tong. The damage was discovered by one of the minibus owners at 5.15am.