Driver rescued after car plunges 100 feet down cliff, California firefighters say
A car plunged 100 feet off a Los Angeles cliff, coming to rest against a tree, California firefighters reported.
The woman suffered “at least” serious injuries in the crash at 5:21 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, on Mulholland Drive, the Los Angeles Fire Department said in a news release.
Her car was found resting against a tree and was not stable, firefighters said.
The 35-year-old woman was found outside the car, KABC reported.
A fire helicopter hoisted the woman from the wreck and took her to a hospital, KTTV reported.
Firefighters shut down Mulholland Drive from Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Coldwater Canyon Avenue during the rescue, the release said.
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