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2nd car in CA ravine belongs to missing LA man

Two cars at the bottom of a remote mountain are recovered in Castaic, Calif., Friday, Sept. 30, 2011 .   David Lavau, whose car had plunged 200 feet off a remote mountain road, was found yesterday by his three adult children, who had enlisted the help of a missing persons detective. Lavau suffered multiple rib fractures, a broken arm and multiple fractures in his back. While he was being rescued, another vehicle was found nearby, its driver dead. Authorities don’t know if that vehicle was involved in a collision with Lavau’s car, or if it was a separate accident. (Photo/Gus Ruelas)

Two cars at the bottom of a remote mountain are recovered in Castaic, Calif., Friday, Sept. 30, 2011 .   David Lavau, whose car had plunged 200 feet off a remote mountain road, was found yesterday by his three adult children, who had enlisted the help of a missing persons detective. Lavau suffered multiple rib fractures, a broken arm and multiple fractures in his back. While he was being rescued, another vehicle was found nearby, its driver dead. Authorities don’t know if that vehicle was involved in a collision with Lavau’s car, or if it was a separate accident. (Photo/Gus Ruelas)

California Highway patrol officers investigate the scene of two cars that were recovered at the bottom of a remote mountain in Castaic, Calif., Friday, Sept. 30, 2011 .   David Lavau, whose car had plunged 200 feet off a remote mountain road, was found yesterday by his three adult children, who had enlisted the help of a missing persons detective. Lavau suffered multiple rib fractures, a broken arm and multiple fractures in his back. While he was being rescued, another vehicle was found nearby, its driver dead. Authorities don’t know if that vehicle was involved in a collision with Lavau’s car, or if it was a separate accident. (Photo/Gus Ruelas)

California Highway patrol officers investigate the scene of two cars that were recovered at the bottom of a remote mountain in Castaic, Calif., Friday, Sept. 30, 2011 .   David Lavau, whose car had plunged 200 feet off a remote mountain road, was found yesterday by his three adult children, who had enlisted the help of a missing persons detective. Lavau suffered multiple rib fractures, a broken arm and multiple fractures in his back. While he was being rescued, another vehicle was found nearby, its driver dead. Authorities don’t know if that vehicle was involved in a collision with Lavau’s car, or if it was a separate accident. (Photo/Gus Ruelas)