Six hikers on charity walk taken to hospital by helicopter Six hikers were flown by Government Flying Service helicopters to Eastern Hospital yesterday after getting into difficulty during a charity walk in Sai Kung. The injured, five males and a female aged 14 to 51, reportedly suffered muscle spasms when they reached Sharp Peak at about noon. One was also reported to have suffered a head injury. The 30km charity hike was organised by Care Action to raise money for reconstruction work in Sichuan following this year's devastating earthquake. More than 2,000 people took part in the event. Three flee burning car A 23-year-old driver and two passengers fled their car when its engine burst into flames at about 4pm while they were driving along the West Kowloon Expressway in Kwai Chung, heading towards Mong Kok. The three escaped injury but the car was destroyed by the blaze, which was put out by firemen. Man, 84, held for attack on wife An 84-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly attacked his 77-year-old wife with a hammer and a knife, police said. The attack took place at about 1pm in the couple's home in Tai Wing House, Tai Yuen Estate, Tai Po, during a dispute over family matters. The woman was taken to hospital for treatment of a hand injury. Two arrested over knife fight Two men, aged 20 and 21, were arrested after a fight in a staff residence in Ngau Tau Kok in which the 21-year-old suffered a knife wound. The pair had been arguing in a flat in Block D of Amoy Gardens at 2.30pm when the younger man attacked the other with a knife. The wounded man was taken to hospital with minor injuries. Suicidal woman rescued from sea A suicidal woman was rescued by firemen from waters off Wing On Plaza, Tsim Sha Tsui, after two pedestrians saw her jump into the sea at about 1am and called for help. 325 road casualties last week Four people were killed and 321 injured in 278 traffic accidents last week. Hong Kong Island saw 77 accidents, Kowloon 84 and the New Territories 117.