In the early hours of October 28, emergency responders rushed to the scene of a serious vehicle accident in the town of Rose, where a car had collided with trees, causing heavy entrapment.
The Clyde Fire Department (CFD), along with Rose and North Rose fire departments, were dispatched at approximately 1:30 AM following reports of the crash, with details on injuries initially unclear.
The first to arrive was the North Rose Fire Chief, who confirmed the entrapment and that two vehicles were obstructing the road. Clyde Fire Department’s Rescue 2 and the North Rose Rescue Company 18 swiftly began the extrication process, working diligently to free the trapped individual.
After a concerted effort by all units at the scene, the patient was successfully removed from the wreckage and placed into the care of EMS personnel. The victim was then transported to the hospital for further medical treatment. The fire departments involved expressed gratitude for the cooperative effort in the face of the emergency.
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