SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) – A man survived with only minor injuries after he drove off a San Jose road and down a 2,000-foot ravine on Wednesday evening, according to fire officials.

The San Jose Fire Department received a call around 5:30 p.m. reporting that a car went off the side of Sierra Road, which is located not far from Alum Rock Park and Sierra Vista Open Space Preserve.

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San Jose fire officials said that the car went down a ravine for 2,000 feet on its wheels and that the driver, who was the sole occupant, was transported to a hospital with minor injuries.

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The Spring Valley Volunteer Fire Department was able to get a utility vehicle down there and pull out the driver.

The car remained in the ravine Wednesday night with bright X marks on it to indicate to others that the car is clear and that nobody is inside it.

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Fire officials didn’t say whether the car would be removed, but there is a chance it will remain in the ravine long-term.