Asylum seeker found hanged A suspected asylum seeker from India died after being found hanged from a tree in Kiu Cheong Road, Tin Shui Wai, at about 7.30am yesterday. He was thought to be aged between 30 and 40. No suicide note was found at the scene. Officers are trying to confirm his identity with the Immigration Department and investigating why he committed suicide. Gas scare for PolyU employees Three workers at Hong Kong Polytechnic University were sent to hospital for a check-up after a suspected gas leak in a laboratory at its campus in Hung Hom. Emergency crews were called at 9.30am when the three men entered the ground-floor lab of the university's Tang Ping Yuan Building on Yuk Choi Road and a sensor for hydrogen fluoride went off. Motorist arrested over drugs Police arrested a motorist on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs after stopping his car on Tak Hong Street, Hung Hom, at about 3am. They seized a small quantity of a substance believed to be the drug Ice. The man, 36, was detained for questioning. Suspected heroin trafficker held Police arrested a suspected drug trafficker and seized an amount of a substance believed to be heroin with an estimated value of HK$430,000. The man, 61, was arrested at Mong Kok East MTR station at about 8am. Officers found 450 grams of the substance in his shoulder bag and 60 grams at his home. 11 detained after brawl at pub Police arrested 11 men and a woman after a brawl at a pub in Castle Peak Road, Kwai Chung, at about 3.30am. Among them, three men aged 23 to 35 were treated at Yan Chai Hospital. Stolen car torched in Kwai Chung A car was abandoned and set alight in Container Port Road South, Kwai Chung, at about 5.30am after being stolen in Ho Man Tin. Firemen doused flames and no one was injured. Police are investigating. Support for estate's supermarket About 30 residents of Tuen Mun's Leung King Estate rallied in support of their neighbourhood Kai Hing Supermarket after the Link Reit decided not to renew its lease, which will expire by the end of next month. The protesters submitted to the landlord a petition comprising more than 10,000 signatures. Mark Six There was one winner of the first prize of HK$22,008,965 in last night's draw. The winning numbers were 1, 7, 9, 10, 36 and 44. The extra number was 37. Eight tickets won the second prize of HK$222,170 each. The third prize paid HK$18,440.