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PUBLISHED : Friday, 01 August, 2008, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 01 August, 2008, 12:00am

Four held over fake credit cards

Four people believed to be the core members of a fake credit card syndicate were arrested in a flat on the 17th floor of Grandeur Terrace, Tin Shui Wai, shortly after 7am yesterday. About 10 counterfeit cards were allegedly thrown from the flat as officers forced their way in. Officers found computers, luxury clothes and shoes they suspected had been bought with fake credit cards.

Woman survives railway fall

A 60-year-old woman escaped serious injury when she lost her balance and fell into the path of a train at Kwai Ching MTR station at about 11am. She managed to lie flat between the tracks. She suffered head and hand injuries and was taken to Princes Margaret Hospital.

Cabbie hurt in row over route

A 45-year-old man was arrested for assaulting and slightly injuring a taxi driver near the Yau Ma Tei exit of the Western Harbour Tunnel. Police said the man had a dispute with the 50-year-old driver over the route taken after crossing the tunnel.

Mark Six

Three tickets each won first prize of HK$13,827,980. The numbers were 1, 8, 25, 33, 34 and 41. The extra number was 28. Four tickets each won second prize of HK$1,002,570. Third prize paid HK$33,520.



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