Drink-driver nabbed after two accidents A drink-driver was arrested after his car rammed two other vehicles in two accidents in Yuen Long, injuring two people. The man, 23, first rammed the back of a car in Kuk Ting Street near Sai Tai Street. Police said he sped away, collided with a car in Tai Tong Road, then fled on foot. The driver and passenger of the second car were injured and taken to hospital. The suspect was arrested when he returned to the scene minutes later and failed a breathalyser test. He was released on bail. Home-school committee releases profiles report The government's Home-School Co-operation Committee has released its 'Primary School Profiles 2004' report on the internet - visit http://embhsc.hkedcity.net/primary/ . Copies will also be distributed at kindergartens and child-care centres. The profiles contain information on more than 700 schools. New postal labels due A new set of Postage Due labels will be issued by Hongkong Post on September 23. They come in six denominations: 10, 20 and 50 cents, and $1, $5 and $10. First-day date stamps for the labels can be ordered for $20 until Wednesday. Worker electrocuted A worker was electrocuted while repairing an air conditioner in a Mid-Levels apartment block. The man, 44, was found unconscious outside a first-floor flat of a Kennedy Road building at 3pm and was later declared dead. Collision injures 8 Eight people, including two sisters aged five and nine, were injured in a collision between a taxi and a car in Pokfield Road, Western. Illegal workers nabbed Ten mainland visitors and a boss arrested during a crackdown on illegal workers at the Western Wholesale Food Market.