Twenty-four people, including two children, were injured in a Hong Kong crash between a bus and a street-cleaning vehicle on Saturday afternoon. The 64-year-old driver of the street-cleaning vehicle, which belonged to Man Shing Cleaning Co Ltd, was arrested for dangerous driving. Eleven ambulances were on the scene soon after the 4.26pm collision at the junction of Un Chau Street and Kweilin Street in Sham Shui Po. Firefighters and police officers were among the first arriving for the rescue effort. Both vehicles involved in the incident suffered severe damage. The KMB bus was serving route six between Lai Chi Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui. Chief Inspector Lam Chi-hang said the street-cleaning vehicle reportedly crashed into the bus, injuring 10 males and 13 females on board the latter. The injured passengers were aged between five and 85. A female occupant of the other vehicle was also hurt. No one was seriously injured. “We will look into the road situation when the accident happened, whether the vehicles were overloaded and also into the drivers‘ attitude,” Lam said, adding that initial investigation revealed that speeding was not involved. A police source said the bus was driving north along Un Chau Street, while the street-cleaning vehicle was driving along Kweilin Street. He added that the driver of the street-cleaning vehicle was believed to have failed to give way to the bus, ramming into it. The Transport Department said that due to the traffic accident, all lanes of Un Chau Street between Nam Cheong Street and Yen Chow Street were closed to all traffic.