Widow's appeal rejected A woman who claimed her herbalist husband was killed by a rival as a result of an item on ATV has had her claim dismissed by the Court of Appeal. Lam Tam-luen's case was dismissed because she failed to show a link between the show and his murder 20 months later. Chan Kong died in 2001, three days after being attacked as he opened his Sham Shui Po shop. Taxi fare evader hits officer A 26-year-old man was arrested for assaulting a police officer and taxi driver and failing to pay a cab fare in Chai Wan. The man, who flagged down the taxi in Causeway Bay, ran off when it pulled over in Sheung On Street at 2.45am. The taxi driver gave chase but was punched. The suspect pushed an officer to the ground in a scuffle when he was stopped and arrested in Fung Yip Street. Car crashes down slope A woman had a lucky escape when she lost control of her Mercedes-Benz and crashed down a slope in Repulse Bay. She was treated for scratches at Ruttonjee Hospital. Separately, four women were slightly injured when a bus and car collided in Pok Fu Lam. Three hunted over truck heist Police are hunting two or three men who stole a load of electronic parts worth more than HK$4.2 million from a truck in Tsing Yi. The driver of the truck said he was bound and pushed under the seat by the robbers near container terminal 9 in Kwai Chung at 4.45pm. Bail extended over bus crash The 32-year-old driver of a tour bus that smashed into a roadside barrier at a Sai Kung roundabout on May 1, killing 19 people and injuring 43, had his bail extended for one week when he reported back to police yesterday. No charge has been laid. Mark Six Two tickets each won first prize of HK$13,369,550 last night. The numbers were 1, 4, 6, 23, 25 and 47. The extra number was 49. Four tickets each won second prize of HK$561,590. Third paid HK$30,405.