Thirteen injured in Tsuen Wan, Lok Ma Chau traffic accidents
Thirteen people were injured yesterday in two traffic accidents in Tsuen Wan and Lok Ma Chau involving 11 vehicles. Four goods vehicles, two cars and a taxi collided in the Kowloon-bound lane of Tuen Mun Road near Yau Kom Tau in Tsuen Wan at about 9.30am. Two men and a woman were treated for minor injuries at Yan Chai Hospital. A tourist bus, minibus and two cars collided on Castle Peak Road near the Lok Ma Chau border checkpoint at about 10am. Ten people, including a six-month-old boy, were slightly injured and treated at North District and Pok Oi hospitals.
Suspected ketamine seized in raid
A tip-off led police to arrest a man and woman, 26 and 22, and seize 150 grams of suspected ketamine worth about HK$20,000 in a raid on the woman's flat in Tak Wah Street, Tsuen Wan, at about midday.
Wife held over knife attack at flat
Police arrested a 55-year-old woman for injuring her 57-year-old husband with a knife during a dispute at their home on the Shek Yam East Estate, Kwai Chung, at about 9.25am. The man suffered minor hand injuries and was bandaged by paramedics at the scene.
Drugs taken into reception centre
A 45-year-old man on remand on a drug-trafficking charge was found to have smuggled seven plastic packages, believed to be heroin, into the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre. He was admitted to the centre on Monday and passed the drugs on Wednesday and yesterday.
One ticket won the HK$16,800,000 first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 1, 3, 11, 15, 39 and 47. The extra number was 44. Three tickets each won second prize of HK$654,365. Third paid HK$52,345.