Worker hit by train A Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation worker was in a serious condition in Kwong Wah Hospital after being hit by a train at Mong Kok station at about 12.45am yesterday. The man, 56, was on the track preparing to do maintenance work after the last train had left the station, according to a KCRC spokeswoman. She said he was hit by a train that was not in service and had come to park at the station. She said the KCRC was investigating the case. The Labour Department is also following up the accident. Police probe monitor theft Police are investigating after about 1,300 LCD monitors worth about HK$500,000 were stolen from a godown in Kwai Chung. Five injured in car crashes Two off-duty police officers were injured when their car crashed into a hillside in Shek O Road, Shek O, at about 2.25pm. The man, 31, and his female passenger, 25, were treated at Eastern Hospital. In a separate case, a taxi driver and his two passengers were injured when his car crashed into railings at the corner of Oxford and Lancashire roads in Kowloon Tong at about 1.20am. All three were treated at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Couple held after fight Police arrested a couple for fighting in their Kai Sin House flat in Upper Wong Tai Sin Estate, Wong Tai Sin, at 6.30am. The man, 67, and his wife, 49, had been arguing about their relationship. Police said the man punched his wife and she hurled a cup at him and used fragments to cut him before she called police. The couple was treated at Queen Elizabeth Hospital.