Woman hit by bus A woman was in stable condition last night after being hit by a 24-seater bus in Fo Tan. The 29-year-old was knocked down while crossing Lok King Street at 6.55am and suffered injuries to her head, arms and legs. She was semi-conscious when paramedics arrived and was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital in critical condition but her condition later improved to stable. TV set thrown from flat A man was arrested after throwing a television set from his flat in Ngau Tau Kok. Officers were called to Block Two in Lotus Tower in Ngau Tau Kok Road at about 11.56pm on Sunday and found the man, 42, in an emotional state in a public corridor. He complained of feeling unwell and was taken to United Christian Hospital for a check-up. Police said the man had a history of mental illness. Aquarium bursts into flames A policeman, 46, his wife, 43, teenage daughter and mother, 70, were treated for smoke inhalation after an aquarium burst into flames in his flat at the married quarters at the Police Training School in Wong Chuk Hang. The blaze had been put out before firemen arrived at the Ocean Park Road flat at 1.20am. The officer and his family were taken to Ruttonjee Hospital in Wan Chai and discharged after treatment. Police believe the fire was caused by a short circuit. Dog blamed for car crash A driver and his three passengers were injured when he lost control of his car and it slammed into a light box on a safety island in Clear Water Bay Road, Sai Kung, at 2.30am. He told police he lost control while swerving to avoid a dog. He passed a breathalyser test. The man, 29, and the other three men aged 27, 30 and 31 were slightly injured and treated at Tseung Kwan O Hospital. Workers suffer minor burns Two workers suffered minor burns to their hands when they put out a fire in an industrial building in Tuen Mun. The two men, aged 34 and 39, were conducting repairs in the meter room of the Hung Cheung Road building at 1.45am when a short circuit caused a small fire. They were treated at Tuen Mun Hospital.