LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE (CBSLA.com) — The California Highway Patrol said Saturday that they have made contact with the driver of a Porsche that was discovered in a ravine in a remote area of La Canada Flintridge.

According to the CHP, the victim suffered injuries consistent with being in an accident. They included a seat belt bruise and a cut on the forehead.

READ MORE: Biden To Announce COVID Testing Requirement For International Travelers, Insurance Reimbursement For At-Home Tests

No further details about the driver were immediately available.

The crash on Friday afternoon prompted a search for the driver and/or occupants of the sport utility vehicle which plunged between 100 to 200 feet over the side of the Angeles Crest Highway.

READ MORE: Oprah On Shooting Death Of Jacqueline Avant: ‘Numbed And In Shock’

A witness had told the CHP that they saw a man, possibly in his 50s, climb out of the wreckage.

By late Friday evening, crews had the Porsche towed away.

KCBS/KCAL ran the license plate number of the car tracking the car’s owner to an address in La Crescenta but no one was home.

MORE NEWS: Passengers Stranded After Fog Forces Several Flights To Divert To Ontario Airport

RELATED POST:
» Porsche SUV Plunges 200 Feet Down Cliff On Angeles Crest Highway; Driver Missing