Park raids stall illegal mobile filling stations Customs officers believe they have smashed a syndicate that used two trucks as mobile refuelling stations, selling illegal fuel to container trucks in three open-air Kwai Chung car parks over the past three months. Eight men, including a mainland visitor, were arrested, $130,000 worth of untaxed diesel was seized and 20 vehicles were confiscated in a raid on the three car parks in Container Port Road South at 6.30am yesterday. Truant attempts suicide A 15-year-old Shau Kei Wan boy slashed his wrists on a hilltop opposite his Yiu Tung Estate flat after failing to show up at home or his Chai Wan school for three days. Residents saw the teenager and told a security guard who called police. Officers said the boy had slept on the hilltop for three nights and cut his wrists with a knife in an attempted suicide. Charge in ketamine haul Aleung Wai-man, 47, appeared in Kowloon City Court on a charge of trafficking in dangerous drugs in connection with a record haul of 200kg ketamine, worth $60 million, on Wednesday. No plea was entered and he was remanded in custody until May 18. First legionnaires' case A 68-year-old Tuen Mun man was admitted to Tuen Mun Hospital on February 1 with legionnaires' disease, the first case of the year, and was discharged two weeks later, the Centre for Health Protection said. He had not travelled overseas recently. Mark Six One ticket won the $5,000,000 first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 18, 31, 35, 39, 40 and 43. The extra number was 10. Four tickets each won the second prize of $393,130. Third prize paid $51,770.