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In Brief

PUBLISHED : Friday, 03 July, 2009, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 03 July, 2009, 12:00am

Sign falls on man, 60

A signboard measuring 60cm by 90cm fell on a 60-year-old man in Dundas Street, Yau Ma Tei, after it was hit by a truck at about 3pm. The man was bandaged at the scene and did not need hospital treatment. Police said the driver, 43, passed a breath test. In a separate incident, a piece of metal measuring 5cm by 7cm fell from a Paterson Street building in Causeway Bay, injuring a 50-year-old pedestrian at about 5.50am. The woman was treated at Ruttonjee Hospital.

Teen gang beat young men

Three men aged 19 to 22 were attacked by a group of 10 teenagers on the podium of Luk Yat House on Yat Tung Estate, Tung Chung, at about 3.30am. A 19-year-old was knocked unconscious and regained consciousness in Princess Margaret Hospital, where he and his two injured friends were taken.

Seven arrested after fight

Four mainland and three Hong Kong men were arrested over a fight in a pub on Sai Yu Street, Yuen Long, at about 1.15am. The fight was triggered when one of the mainlanders had a dispute with a female customer. Four of the seven men, aged 26 to 50, were taken to Pok Oi Hospital.

Police seek man, 63

Police appealed for help to find 63-year-old Wong Yim-chuen, who has been missing since he left a rehabilitation centre in Grampian Road, Kowloon City, on Sunday. He was wearing a blue T-shirt, grey trousers and black leather shoes. Anyone with information can call 2761 2584 or 2761 2586.

Woman's body found floating

The body of a woman, 68, reported missing on Wednesday was found floating off Shun Tak Centre, Sheung Wan, at about 5.55am.

Mark Six

One ticket won the HK$23,037,500 first prize last night. The numbers were 6, 19, 22, 24, 29 and 40. The extra number was 4. One ticket won second prize of HK$2,147,395. Third prize paid HK$39,490.

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