A Man Was Rescued Two Days After His Car Plunged 400 Feet Down a Cliff in California

Authorities say a man Rescued two days after a Central California car accident left him at the bottom of a cliff.

According to a social media post, the California Highway Patrol Coastal Division Air Operation received a contact about 8:30 Tuesday morning from a local law enforcement agency requesting that an air unit look for a probable car that had gone off a cliff near the Big Sur area.

According to the call, an employee from Post Ranch in Big Sur left work at 11:30 p.m. on Sunday but did not return home.

A CHP plane that was already on another call changed its course to search for the vehicle.

About 20 minutes after receiving the request, the aircraft discovered a vehicle that had fallen approximately 400 feet down a cliff.

A Man Was Rescued Two Days After His Car Plunged 400 Feet Down a Cliff in California

A man was seen “frantically” waving a handmade flag beside the vehicle, according to the CHP.

When rescuers came, the man was evaluated for moderate injuries.

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The man claimed he was driving home from work on Sunday night when he swerved to avoid a deer on the road, causing him to veer off the road and slide over a cliff.

He claimed he was catapulted from the car’s sunroof as it rolled hundreds of feet.

He was stuck at the bottom of the cliffside for more than 30 hours, with no paths or view from the road.

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