VAN DRIVER FAILS BREATH TEST AFTER FOUR-CAR CRASH An alleged drink-driver was arrested after his van and three taxis were involved in an accident in which seven people were injured in Tuen Mun yesterday. The driver, 25, was trying to overtake the three cabs in Castle Peak Road near Tsing Hoi Circuit when the crash happened just before 2am. The van driver, his three passengers and the three taxi drivers, aged between 18 and 45, were treated at Tuen Mun Hospital. The van driver failed a breathalyser test. He was released on bail of $5,000 and will have to report back to police next month. YOUNG ROBBERS ATTACK THEIR VICTIM WITH BRICKS Four youngsters bludgeoned a 40-year-old man with bricks and stole his rucksack containing $900 in a robbery at Tseung Kwan O. They struck in Po Yap Road near the junction of Tong Chun Street outside Tseung Kwan O MTR station. The victim was treated for head injuries. In a separate case, a man snatched a woman's handbag containing $11,000 in Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. TWINS' BROTHERLY LOVE GOES UP IN SMOKE Twin brothers, aged 26, were arrested after one allegedly threatened the other with a chopper and fruit knife while trying to stop his brother smoking in their Sheung Shui home. The younger brother, who called police, allegedly broke a refrigerator in the incident. The elder one was arrested for possessing an offensive weapon and his brother for criminal damage. DIAMOND JEWELLERY STOLEN IN FLAT THEFT Burglars broke into an unattended flat in Hung Hom and escaped with cash, jewellery and other personal items worth about $76,000. A woman said she left her Mei King Street apartment at noon and returned at 5.40pm to find her bedroom window prised opened and the premises ransacked. The stolen items included a $40,000 diamond ring, a $20,000 diamond necklace, a computer notebook and cash.