Body camera video shows alleged drunk driver being rescued from ravine

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CLEVELAND HEIGHTS - A man is currently in stable condition after he fell down a ravine in Cleveland Heights.

Police responded to a call of a Dodge Magnum slamming into a parked car, but they couldn't find the driver.

Shortly after arriving, they heard Gregory Johnson yelling from a nearby ravine.

He told officers he fell while trying to find somewhere to use the bathroom.

He denied being involved in the accident.

As firefighters pulled him out of the ravine on a stretcher, he began yelling out for his mother and grandmother.

"Greg, they're going to come down and package you up and get you out of here," an officer can be heard saying.

"No, my granny is going to kill me," Johnson says.

"Greg, you need to listen up."

Johnson currently has no license and is recovering from his injuries at a local hospital.