Man survives after car rolls down ravine

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A MAN is in a stable condition with a broken leg after his vehicle rolled down a ravine at Brindabella National Park yesterday (November 4).

The 42-year-old had been driving alone at the time but a passer-by in the area found him and called 000 just after midday.

It took more than two hours to reach the man and ACT Fire & Rescue responded in its Remote Area 4WDs before walking with intensive care paramedics to the crash site near Two Sticks Road, just north of the NSW border.

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