Blaze burns 13 hours on Lantau A hill fire on Lantau Island's Sunset peak was put out yesterday after burning for more than 13 hours. The fire broke out at about 4am. The Fire Services Department sent more than 70 firemen to fight the blaze. Helicopters were also called in to drop water bombs on the flames. The fire burned out about 800 square metres of land. San Po Kong eatery closed, fined The director of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department ordered a restaurant in San Po Kong to close for 14 days for repeated violations of the Food Business Regulation. The restaurant, on the ground floor of 32-34 Hong Keung Street, had two convictions for preparing food in an open space and unauthorised extension of food business in April and June. The restaurant was fined HK$5,300. 10 arrested for drink-driving Ten people were arrested for drink-driving and seven drivers were given verbal warnings in a four-day police operation during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Police conducted 45 visits to bars and restaurants, offered free breath-screening to patrons, and handed out more than 3,200 education leaflets about drinking and driving during the operation. A police spokesman reminded motorists not to drive after drinking alcohol. Store evacuated amid fire Twenty people were evacuated when a blaze broke out in an electrical equipment store on the ground floor of a building in Ferry Street, Yau Ma Tei, at about 4pm. The Fire Services Department sent four jets and eight teams with breathing apparatus who brought the fire under control at 5.15pm. No one was injured. Man collapses at races A 72-year-old man collapsed in the spectator stand at Sha Tin Racecourse during the first race meeting of the new season. He was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital, where doctors declared him dead at 8.41pm.