Deputy 97 arrived and confirmed report, and requested crews from Attack 97 to assit with patient care, and instructed the crew from Rescue 97 to prepare to remove a door and a post for access to the patient.
After evaluating the patient, Medics requested that the roof be removed, and crews went to work with e-draulic tools, hydraulic rescue tools, as well as hand tools.
Once the roof was removed, crews assisted EMS in extricating the patient, and then cleaned up the scene.
Fire Police shut down the road for an hour while rescue personnel worked the scene.
EBFD apparatus on scene include: Rescue 97, Attack 97, Engine 97, Brush 97-1, Utility 97 and Traffic 97.