Three Flagstaff teenage girls survived a 100-foot fall from a cliff when their car went off the road, ejecting the driver and landing on top of her.
A Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office spokesman said it took four hours to free the 16-year-old driver from the wreckage late
Wednesday. The girl’s injuries were not life-threatening. She talked with rescue workers the entire time she was trapped.
The passengers, 16 and 17, were also hospitalized. They were pulled from the car quickly.
The office said the driver apparently lost control after taking a turn too fast
but that there was no sign of impairment.
The girls were returning from outdoor activities in the Fossil Creek area.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.