Transcript for Motorcyclist survives cliffside crash caught on camera
Now to an incredible rescue caught on camera in California. A motorcycle driver losing control of his bike going over a cliff and his friend rushing in to save him. ABC's Nick watt has that story. Reporter: Keep your eye on that guy. Oh, . Reporter: Again, slo-mo, again, watch how close that SUV came to hitting him. Oh . Reporter: The guy with the helmet cam and potty mouth who filmed it all is David. Back on the scene reliving the moment his buddy rode off a cliff. Willy! He went up six or seven feet in the air. I thought he was dead. I didn't know what's down there. Reporter: Then after that he went silent. Yes. Call 911. Battalion 4, vehicle over the side. Angeles forest highway. Reporter: Maybe a 50-foot drop but Willy is alive and awake. Do you feel anything broken? I don't know. Don't move, okay. What do you remember? What happened? My back tire like slipped. Ooh. My left arm hurts a lot. Yeah, it's probably broken, dude. I saw you flip twice. Did you feel that or don't you remember? I don't remember. Reporter: The fire department arrives clifftop. Don't move. Okay. Throw a bunch of ropes down and get you guys out by rope. What's your name? Willy. Willy. Yes, sir. And you are a lucky man, Willy. Oh, yeah, man. Reporter: Willy, a miracle of the Angeles crest highway, a fractured shoulder. Soon he says he'll be back on his bike. For "Good morning America," Nick watt, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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