Dodge See-Saw Above Colorado River's Canyon

Here's a stunt you should never attempt it alone without professional support! In fact, it wasn't quite a stunt rather what we could call a failed suicide attempt that brought even more trouble to the daring cliff-hanger.

According to The Sun, a man driving a Dodge van attempted to commit suicide but he failed as his vehicle got stuck on a cliff 170 ft above the Grand Canyon. The vehicle shot off a mountain road in America's Colorado National Museum Park and the driver was heading for disaster.

However, he was (un)lucky enough his van got stuck on a cliff and the only stunt he managed to do was a Dodge see-saw above the abyss. One wrong move and Daniel Lyons, age 34, would have been toast.

“Another few inches and it would have gone,” explained park official Joan Anzelmo.

After he had been rescued by the emergency services, he was taken to hospital to see whether he got injured due to his suicide bid. It is quite surprising that after such a tremendous experience, Lyons suffered only minor injuries (apparently a few scratches).

Still, the question floating in the air is: why would this man want to put an end to his life in such a complicated way? Well, the reason is as complicated as the suicide attempt. It seems that Lyons was accused of a sex attack on a four year old girl. So the man is not only a felo-de-se, but he is also a child rapist. How awful!

Unfortunately for him, now that his suicide bid has failed and he escaped unharmed, police proceeded to his arrest.
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