Man found alive in Md. ravine over 2 days after he says he was ejected from car in crash
A man was found alive in a ravine Monday in Oxon Hill after he says he was ejected from his car in a crash and lay there for more than two days, sources say.
ABC7's Brad Bell reports that a Maryland State Highway crew came to fix a broken guard rail at Indian Head Highway near the beltway Monday morning when they saw the car down the embankment.
The crew went down and found 41-year-old Gregory Eubanks of Fort Washington, who sources say told the crew he had been there for more than two days because he crashed after leaving a restaurant nearby. The ravine is not visible from the road. Bell says Eubanks was out Friday night and left a bar at around 3 a.m. Saturday leading up to the crash.
Maryland State Police say Eubanks's family reported him missing on Saturday.
Both Prince George's County Police and state police responded to the scene and Eubanks was taken to the University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center for treatment. Maryland State Police are investigating the incident.