Emergency response personnel was having a difficult time locating a reported crash on Highway 40 early Sunday morning, that is until the driver of the crashed vehicle climbed out of the 40-foot ravine where his truck and boat ended up. According to Utah Highway Patrol, dispatch received a call at around 5:00am on October 16th that a crash occurred on Highway 40 at mile marker 55, near Strawberry Reservoir. The caller was a motorist who had been flagged down by a pedestrian saying that a man was still in a 2014 Dodge Ram truck towing a boat that had gone down a 40-foot ravine. When emergency personnel arrived, the reporting parties were gone and responders had a difficult time locating the crash. Highway Patrol troopers and medical personnel searched the area for over 2 hours without locating the crash. “During this time, the driver of the truck was able to climb out of the truck, up the embankment, and wave down a passing vehicle,” shares Highway Patrol. Finally, at 7:10am emergency crews were on scene and the 41-year-old man was airlifted to IMC hospital with serious injuries to his legs, back and possible internal injuries. “In talking to the driver, it is believed that fatigue played a role in the crash,” shares Highway Patrol. Investigators say it is believed the crash occurred around2:00am.