Drink-driver arrested A driver whose alcohol level was double the legal limit was arrested after she hit a 91-year-old woman on Wuhu Street, Hung Hom, at 5.15am yesterday. The victim was in a stable condition. Woman in critical condition A 68-year-old woman was fighting for her life after she fell off a sampan near Stanley. She and her husband, 74, were fishing in Tai Tam Harbour at 8.30am when she fell overboard. She was unconscious by the time her husband and another man pulled her from the water. No plea on murder charge Lau Kai-hoi, 51, entered no plea in Kowloon City Court to one count of murder and the case was adjourned to April 23. He is alleged to have attacked his former wife and her male colleague in Hung Hom with a knife on Tuesday. The colleague later died. Man pleads guilty to arson Security guard Ong Wai-man, 46, pleaded guilty in Tuen Mun Court to one count of arson for setting a PCCW phone booth on fire in Tuen Mun on November 7, but denied six other counts involving booth fires. The trial continues today. Three in court for bribery Raymond Ng Chun-to, 41, operator of Hong Kong Investor Company; Leo Lam Sze-hang, 29, and Polly Sun Chor-fun, 34, both unemployed, were charged by the Independent Commission Against Corruption for alleged involvement in bribery and fraud in trading of derivative warrants. They will appear in Eastern Court today. They were arrested in May last year. Smugglers outrun police Eight smugglers in speedboats outran police off Sai Kung, leaving behind a van loaded with HK$4 million in computer parts. Mark Six No one won the first prize. The numbers were 14, 15, 19, 23, 24 and 25. The extra number was 2. One ticket won the HK$1,677,670 second prize. Third paid HK$26,625.