three minibuses torched at western terminus Three minibuses parked at a terminus in Western were torched yesterday. Police said it was too early to tell whether the incident was related to triads. The drivers said they had no idea of a motive. Residents called police at 4.45am and the blazes were put out by firemen within 15 minutes. Firemen found multiple sources of fire. A 30-year-old woman living near the scene was treated for smoke inhalation. The case is being investigated by Western district detectives. driver escapes after truck hurtles down slope A truck driver had a lucky escape when his vehicle plunged down a 10-metre slope in Ma On Shan. The vehicle was heading up a slope along Good Companion Road when the driver lost control at about 1.30am. The truck broke through a section of concrete barrier and metal railing before hurtling down the slope. The driver passed a breathalyser test. Helicopter rescues injured cyclist A mountain biker who fell and injured his neck while cycling in Pat Heung had to be flown to hospital. The 30-year-old man was cycling with seven others near Ho Pui Reservoir. A helicopter was sent to the remote area and the man was taken to Tuen Mun Hospital in stable condition. raids net $400,000 in heroin, three suspects Customs officers smashed a drug network and seized about $400,000 worth of heroin in a two-day Drug Investigation Bureau operation launched on Friday in West Kowloon. Raids led to the seizure of 1,160 grams of heroin and the arrests of three men in Shamshuipo and Mongkok. 402,000 cross border More than 225,000 people had left Hong Kong by 5pm, the Immigration Department said. More than half left via land border checkpoints, with Lowu and Lok Ma Chau being the busiest. About 177,000 entered Hong Kong, 85 per cent from the mainland. Mark Six No one won the first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 2, 5, 10, 14, 29 and 37. The extra number was 3. Two tickets each won second prize of $521,125. Third prize paid $30,540.