Man Pulled From Ravine Behind Lexington Business

Man Pulled From Ravine Behind Lexington Business

Lexington firefighters pulled a man from a ravine behind a Lexington business on Sunday night.
Firefighters pulled a man to safety after he tumbles down a 20-foot ravine behind a Lexington business.
 
They said it started when they got the call about a man passed out behind the wheel in the parking lot of Buster's on Manchester Street.
 
Firefighters said the man woke up, got out of the car and started walking away.
 
They said he then went behind Buster's and plunged down the ravine.
 
Firefighters performed a rope rescue, pulling the man up.
 
He was taken to the University of Kentucky hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

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