Cabbie guilty of hit-and-run death of elderly woman A District Court judge yesterday convicted taxi driver Liu Kwok-chun, 58, of four charges for killing an elderly woman in a hit-and-run accident on Castle Peak Road, Sheung Shui, on September 21, 2006. Liu had pleaded not guilty to dangerous driving causing death, tampering with evidence, failing to report an accident and failing to stop after an accident. Pau Wai-ying, 73, died after being run over outside Yin Kong village. Liu was arrested four days later outside a house in Fairview Park, Yuen Long, as he repaired damage to a taxi. Parts of the headlight and the taxi's radiator grille were found at the scene of the accident, the court heard. Judge Bernard Whaley said the court had heard testimony disproving Liu's claim that the damage had been caused by a tree branch and by running over a stray dog. Liu was remanded in custody and the case was adjourned to January 22. Mark Six No one won the first prize last night. The numbers were 18, 19, 22, 33, 42 and 46. The extra number was 7. Eight tickets won second prize of HK$166,170. Third paid HK$38,115.