Ambulance catches fire with a patient aboard Three crew and an asthma patient, 69, narrowly escaped injury when an ambulance burst into flames yesterday in Lai Chi Kok. Smoke started pouring from the ambulance when the driver tried to start the engine in Broadway, Mei Foo Sun Chuen, at 9.45am. It quickly caught fire. Firemen doused the flames in minutes. Dengue in 13 districts, but no cause for alarm Thirteen of 17 districts surveyed by hygiene officials have found dengue-infected mosquitoes. All the districts were below the 20 per cent alert zone on the area ovitrap index. Diamond Hill (19.1 per cent) and Cheung Sha Wan (13.5 per cent) were the highest on the index, with the 11 others between 1.8 per cent and 9.8 per cent. Maid beaten and gagged after surprising burglars A domestic helper was punched, gagged and bound when she walked in on a break-in at a Mong Kok flat. The Filipino, 34, was grabbed from behind by an intruder when she returned to the fifth-floor flat in Tung Choi Street at 11am. The three robbers fled with HK$90,000 worth of jewellery. The maid freed herself and then called her employer, who alerted the police. Pair held over rape claim Two men, aged 17 and 21, were arrested after a woman called police at 6am saying she had been raped in a Sheung Shui flat. Officers arrested the suspects and the victim was taken to North District Hospital. cosmetics tests complete Customs officials completed tests on nine SK-II cosmetics products that mainland regulators have claimed contain banned chemicals. A spokeswoman said that the results were sent to the health department. Mark Six There was no winner of the first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 1, 22, 33, 40, 43 and 48. The extra number was 35. One ticket won second prize of HK$1,908,245. Third prize paid HK$47,555.