Thursday, September 18, 2014   

Elderly man hurt after falling from tree
(07-29 18:20)

An elderly man is in critical condition in hospital after falling seven meters from a tree.
Police say the 73 year-old had been trying to pick longan fruit from the tree in Yau Tong, but lost his balance.
A pedestrian who witnessed the fall called police, and the man was then taken to hospital with a head injury. --RTHK   
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