A BMW driver has been arrested for drink-driving after his car mounted a central divider and flew into the opposite lane in a scene that could have come straight from an action movie. The driver escaped serious injury but debris shattered the windscreen of an oncoming car, injuring three of the four occupants. The crash happened as the BMW was travelling along Clear Water Bay Road in Sai Kung near the Pik Uk Prison at about 1.30am yesterday. The Sai Kung-bound car rammed the cement divider and damaged a seven-metre stretch before using it as a jumping ramp and leaping into the Kowloon-bound side, police said. The car is thought to have rolled once and skidded for about 20 metres before it came to a stop, damaged beyond recognition, in the outer lane. The 24-year-old driver of the other car said he drove into what appeared to be a cloud of white smoke and was forced to brake heavily before debris from the road divider smashed the windshield. He was unhurt but his three passengers - two men and a woman - were injured by flying fragments of glass. They were taken to United Christian Hospital where a 24-year-old man was in a stable condition last night. The others were discharged after treatment. Police said the 28-year-old driver of the BMW was arrested after he failed a breathalyser test. He was released on bail of $5,000 and has to report back to police on April 26. The BMW was towed to the government vehicle plant in Ho Man Tin for examination. Police said officers from Kowloon East traffic unit were investigating the cause of the accident.