Toll from Tuen Mun food poisoning reaches 52 Eight more people reported to the Health Department's Centre for Health Protection saying they had fallen victim to food poisoning after eating at the Gold Coast Hotel in Tuen Mun. The number of victims is now 52. The 23 men and 29 women are aged between 15 and 61. Domestic helper injured by Falling window A window fell out of a building, hitting a 24-year-old Indonesian domestic helper who was at a market in Mongkok. Police said the window, measuring 1 metre by 1.5 metres, had fallen from the 11th floor of the Cheung Hing Building in Cheung Wong Road just before 2.30pm. The maid was in a stable condition last night. Dengue cases rise to 8 A 67-year-old Tsing Yi resident who travelled to Indonesia from May 15 to June 11 has been confirmed as having dengue fever. This brings the number of dengue cases to eight so far this year. All of them are imported cases. The man remained in a stable condition in hospital. 8 puppies stolen Eight puppies worth $30,000 and pet food and medicine worth about $100,000 were stolen from a pet shop in Begonia Road, Kowloon Tong. Police were called at 4am when a security guard found the shop had been ransacked.