Car flies off Sprain Brook Parkway into ravine in Greenburgh

The driver was able to escape after the

The driver was able to escape after the car almost went into the Grassy Sprain Reservoir.

GREENBURGH - A driver is lucky to be alive today after his vehicle flew off a parkway and into a ravine.

Police say Paul Molelial went off the Sprain Brook Parkway by Jackson Avenue in Greenburgh just after 9 a.m. today.

News 12 learned that the car almost submerged into Grassy Sprain Reservoir next to the parkway. Molelial was able to get out safely. He was treated for minor injuries.

All but one lane was closed until a tow truck was able to pull the car out of the ditch and onto a flatbed to be towed away.

Molelial told police he lost control of his car because he was cut off by another driver.

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