Woods crash and falls into woods
A Canadian who fell off a cliff into a forest and then went into a coma is recovering in hospital.
The 26-year-old Woods, from Victoria, B.C., was one of six people in the car that crashed in a forest on July 11, killing Woods, his mother and five others.
Woods was hit by a tree and hit the ground.
His mother, Laura Woods, was also killed.
Woods’ family says they are grateful for the help of people and government officials.
The family says it was a miracle his family was alive.
A number of trees were cut down and a road was blocked to allow people to cross the river to get to the scene.
A large number of volunteers and RCMP and the BC Ambulance Service were on scene to help.
Woods had spent the night at the family’s home before his rescue.
“We were very grateful for all the help that was out there.
We’re thankful for all of the people that were helping us.
We just wanted him to be safe,” Woods said on Thursday.
The family says their lives are not in danger.
“My daughter is in great hands, and I’m in great arms,” Laura Woods said.
The Woodss’ car was found on July 12, just hours after Woods’ parents arrived home from a vacation in the Bahamas.
His body was found two days later in the middle of the road.
The car was parked in the same spot for more than five hours before being found.
“We’re still in shock, but we’re getting better,” Laura said.