Trapped truck driver dies A 49-year-old truck driver died after the container vehicle he was driving tipped over while making a turn at San Tin Interchange on San Sham Road in Lok Ma Chau at about 11am, yesterday. The man was trapped and had to be rescued by firemen. He was taken to North District Hospital and was certified dead. Witnesses are urged to contact police on 2675 3325 or 2455 4221. Five charged over blessing scam Police have charged two men and three women jointly with one count of conspiracy to defraud. The five had allegedly persuaded a 60-year-old woman to collect her cash and valuables for spiritual blessing in Aberdeen on Thursday. The woman's husband reported the case to police, who arrested all five at the scene. The woman suffered no loss. Fire on marine police boat A fire broke out in the engine room of a marine police vessel that was patrolling near Chek Lap Kok airport at about 10.30pm. Officers on board managed to put out the flames quickly and no one was injured. The boat was able to continue its journey after the fire. Two fake brides jailed A Sha Tin magistrate jailed two women involved in false marriages for 18 months and two years respectively. Lam Siu-man, 23, and Lee Wai-fong, 25, admitted the marriages were to help their 'husbands' enter the city. Fresh shark sightings Two juvenile sharks have again been spotted in Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park, Sai Kung. The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department urged people to avoid activities, even in shallow waters. Bus hits elderly man An 81-year-old man died after being knocked down by a bus in Chai Wan at about 2.30pm. Any witnesses are urged to contact police on 3106 8838 or 3106 8800.