A 93-year-old driver has escaped serious injuries after he lost control of his car and rammed into an enclosure for a bumper car attraction at an amusement park in downtown Hong Kong. Emergency personnel were called at 7.23am on Tuesday after the crash at the AIA Vitality Park near Central Pier No 9 on Man Kwong Street in Central. According to the force, the vehicle mowed down a three-metre stretch of railing and mounted a pavement. It came to a stop after crashing into the enclosed area for bumper cars. The male driver suffered abrasions on his right hand and was treated by paramedics at the scene, but he refused hospital treatment, a police spokesman said. He added that the driver passed a breathalyser test and was not arrested. Man found dead inside Hong Kong bus, believed to have been there overnight The driver claimed he was driving inattentively at the time of the incident, a police source said, adding that officers would check his medical history as part of their investigation. Between 2010 and 2020, the number of drivers aged 60 and above who were involved in road accidents rose 122 per cent, from 1,842 to 4,096, according to the Transport Department. In Hong Kong, all motorists must submit a medical certificate signed by a registered doctor to the department at least every three years to confirm that they are medically fit to drive when they apply or renew their driving licence beyond the age of 70. Separately, a 74-year-old man died in hospital after being knocked down by a minibus in Yuen Long shortly after 8am. Police said the accident occurred near Shui Tsiu Lo Wai Tsuen on Tai Tong Road. The man was taken unconscious to Pok Oi Hospital, where he was later certified dead. Police arrested a 63-year-old driver on suspicion of dangerous driving causing death. Officers from the New Territories North traffic unit are investigating the accident. Police appealed to witnesses or anyone with information to contact officers on 3661 3800 or 3661 9023.