A Hong Kong truck driver was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after his vehicle collided with an elderly cyclist in the New Territories on Tuesday, leaving the man with head injuries. Emergency personnel were called in at 7.18am to the village of Ng Ka Tsuen, on Kam Sheung Road in Pat Heung. “At time of the incident, the truck was suspected of failing to stop in time and ramming into the bicycle,” a police spokesman said. The unconscious 82-year-old cyclist was taken to Tuen Mun Hospital for treatment. According to police, the 68-year-old driver passed a breathalyser test, but was arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm by dangerous driving. He was released on bail. Man dies in fall as Hong Kong police raid illegal gambling den in Mong Kok Police figures for the first four months of this year show 411 people suffered serious injuries in 382 road accidents in the city. Between January and April this year, 37 people died in 36 fatal traffic accidents. In the whole of 2019, 113 people died in 107 road accidents. Last December, six passengers were killed and 39 injured after a double-decker bus ploughed into a roadside tree in Sheung Shui. The impact ripped away most of the bus’ roof. Separately, a 41-year-old motorist was arrested for drink-driving after his car slammed into railings on Tai Po Road near Lek Yuen Estate in Sha Tin at 1.41am on Tuesday. The man’s 30-year-old girlfriend, who was in the car at the time, was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital for treatment after saying she felt dizzy. Police said the driver was unhurt in the incident and he was arrested after he failed a breathalyser test. Help us understand what you are interested in so that we can improve SCMP and provide a better experience for you. We would like to invite you to take this five-minute survey on how you engage with SCMP and the news.