In addition to qualifying for the title of "World's Luckiest Person," an Arizona now has one of the all-time greatest stories to tell to his future grandchildren.

According to reports, the 21-year-old accidentally drove his car over the south rim of the Grand Canyon on Monday. Incredibly, he made it out alive, with only a few scrapes and bruises.

The car plunged over 200 feet into the canyon before it was stopped by a large pine tree. The unnamed driver told park rangers that he removed himself from the car, climbed up the canyon and then flagged down a passing motorist who called for help.

The car has yet to be removed from the pine, though rangers are devising the best way to do so. The man will remain unnamed until an investigation into the accident is complete.

No word yet on whether he spotted Thelma or Louise.

[MSNBC]