A person who crashed Friday in Bay Park after struggling a medical situation was rescued by a police sergeant who, together with a tow truck driver, had his truck pulled away from a road signal pole that blocked the motive force’s facet door.
The person was driving his truck by means of the Cowley Means and Area Avenue intersection when he suffered an unknown medical situation at 7:30 a.m. Friday, in line with OnScene TV.
The person misplaced management of the truck and crashed right into a retaining wall, the video information service stated.
A tow truck driver who noticed the crash discovered the sufferer unconscious and barely respiration, in line with the video service.
Sgt. Michael Rojas of the San Diego Police Division arrived on the scene and noticed the person trapped in his truck. He had the tow truck driver hook up a cable to the sufferer’s truck and pull it away from the signpost.
Firefighters have been then capable of pull the person out of his truck, place him in an ambulance and rush him to a hospital.
SDPD Officer David O’Brien stated he had no instant details about the crash sufferer’s medical situation that induced the crash, nor his situation because of it.
–Metropolis Information Service