GREENBURGH, N.Y. A yellow Mustang broke through a guardrail on the Sprain Brook Parkway southbound Tuesday night and fell down a hill midway between Route 100B and Jackson Avenue.
Paramedics from the Greenburgh Police Department responded to the accident and took the driver to the Westchester Medical Center, while firefighters from the Fairview Fire Department and State Troopers stayed behind to remove the car.
The troopers and firefighters at the scene said the driver was conscious, although bleeding on his legs.
It looked like he had injuries to his left femur, said Fairview Capt. Eryk Simmons. I am not sure if it was a fracture.
Witnesses told police they saw the Mustang cutting in and out traffic until the driver lost control, crossed the three lanes from left to right, went through the guardrail and fell 60 feet down into the woods. They told police he was racing a white BMW M3, though that car was not found.
The towing crew had trouble untangling the smashed Mustang from the thick bushes, but it finally came out at 9:30 p.m.
The driver's identity was not released.
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