Courtesy Mark RyanI’m not quite sure how this happened but a man claims he accidentally drove his car off the South Rim of the Grand Canyon – and survived. A park visitor came across the dazed 21 year-old walking along nearby Desert View Drive. The man told authorities his car had plunged about 200 feet before it became lodged against a tree that luckily stopped it from dropping 400 feet farther into the mile-deep canyon. The man said he had somehow extricated himself from the wreckage then climbed back to the top of the canyon to seek help. Park officials don’t know what to make of it, but are investigating. A couple years back another man drove his car off the South Rim of the canyon but didn’t survive the crash, and was probably a suicide. The Center for Disease Control reports that the Grand Canyon ranks second among national parks for suicides.