Rail Services halted after Man falls on tracks A man fell onto the railway tracks at University Station yesterday morning, interrupting the KCR's East Rail service. The man, 47, is in critical condition in the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sha Tin. It was not know how he fell. Train services resumed before noon. 300 drivers plan protest on red-light penalty About 300 drivers are expected to march from Wan Chai to Central to protest against the proposed increased penalties for jumping red lights today, ahead of the bill's discussion in the Legislative Council on Wednesday. They also will rally outside Legco on Wednesday. Drivers will be fined $600, a $150 increase, and lose five points off their licence. Worker seriously hurt by falling metal plate A worker was seriously injured when a 6-metre metal plate he and colleagues were moving fell on him at an industrial building in Aberdeen at about 3pm. The 42-year-old man suffered head and neck injuries and was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital. His condition was listed as serious last night. boy almost drowns A 10-year-old boy, surnamed Kwok, was fighting for his life last night in Tuen Mun Hospital after he almost drowned at the Grand Del Sol club house pool in Yuen Long. 'His relative found him missing,' a police spokeswoman said. 'He was saved by a lifeguard and sent to hospital. The boy was conscious.'