Domestic helper leaps to death in Ma On Shan A Filipino domestic helper jumped to her death from her room in a Ma On Shan flat at about 8am yesterday. The 47-year-old woman, whose name was given as Flora, was found lying unconscious on the ground by her employer at Tower One in The Waterside on On Chun Street where she worked. She was confirmed dead at the scene. Her 60-year-old employer, surnamed Chan, told police that Flora had been in Hong Kong for a few months and had financial problems. Worker falls, injuring self and pedestrian A 26-year-old worker, surnamed Lee, fell from a ceiling and injured himself and a pedestrian in Shek Lei Shopping Centre, Tsuen Wan. Mr Lee was changing a light tube at the entrance. A stainless-steel plank he stepped on gave way under his weight. He fell three metres to the ground, injuring his head and waist. A 75-year-old man surnamed Chan was hit by the metal plank and suffered facial injuries. Both men were taken to Princess Margaret Hospital. Mr Lee was in serious condition and Mr Chan was discharged after treatment. Walk raises HK$240,000 for abandoned animals group Nearly 800 dog lovers and 350 of their four-legged friends participated in the Society for Abandoned Animals' Walkathon along Hong Kong Trail Section 6 to Tai Tam Road. The two-hour jaunt raised about HK$240,000 for the society's operations. Dogs were given the opportunity to demonstrate their talents at the finish line. Pet lovers shared their dog-raising knowledge throughout the event. The walkathon's slogan this year was: 'Not to Kill or Abandon. Respect Life.'