Two schools, kindergarten report 10 suspected flu cases Two schools and a kindergarten reported that a total of 10 pupils had flu symptoms. Centre for Health Protection staff went to the institutions to offer advice to staff. Two of the 10 pupils were admitted to hospital, where they were in a stable condition. Doctors ordered the others to stay at home. The children attend the Sheng Kung Hui Kei Tak Primary School in Wong Tai Sin, the Ho Lap Primary School in Tsz Wan Shan, and the Tsung Tsin Mission of Hong Kong On Yan Nursery School in Tai Po. The Department of Health has required that institutions such as schools report suspected flu cases since March 31. The measure was introduced following the deaths of four young children with flu symptoms. Concrete slab lands on woman A concrete slab fell onto the head of an 83-year-old as she watched television at home in Mong Kok. She was taken to hospital in a stable condition. The slab, measuring 0.37 square metres, fell from the ceiling of her flat in a 40-year-old building in Reclamation Street. Coach runs over man's foot A 57-year-old man was in serious condition in Queen Elizabeth Hospital last night after a coach ran over his foot. The accident occurred while he was crossing Ha Heung Road, To Kwa Wan, in the early afternoon. Police are still investigating the accident. Dog bites arresting officers A dog bit two police officers arresting a man and woman working illegally at a recycling plant in Sheung Cheung Wai, Yuen Long. The officers needed hospital treatment. KMB reveals recycling scheme Kowloon Motor Bus revealed it used scrap metal from decommissioned or repaired buses to make signs, rain shields and partitions for its depots. Last year, it recovered more than 1,300 tonnes of scrap metal. However, less than 10 per cent was reused in this way; most was sold or removed by waste collectors. Immigration hotline out of order A technical failure meant the Immigration Department's telephone hotline - 2824 6111 - was out of service between 10.40am and 1pm yesterday.