Two Virginia contractors helped save the life of a man who was trapped at the site of a car accident for two days.
Stephen Kitta and Patrick Missal, of DBi Services, discovered the car of Gregory Eubanks, 41, Monday morning.
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The two workers had been called to investigate a damaged guard rail. After further inspection, they noticed Eubanks' car covered in nearby brush. Eubanks was outside of the car, unable to move.
"I was very happy to see that he was still alive," Kitta said.
Missal and Kitta quickly called 911. They said they comforted Eubanks until authorities arrived on scene.
"While we were taking him up, he just kept thanking us, he just kept thanking us," said Kitta.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation. However, Eubanks friends told WUSA9 they believed he was thrown from an open sunroof during the incident.
They say Eubanks is in the hospital with broken clavicles and lower ribs.
"After all is said and done, it's unbelievable," said Missal. "I don't know how he did it for two days. I wouldn't have been able to."