Woman Trapped After Vehicle Falls From Jack

September 23, 2022

A woman was seriously injured when a vehicle fell on her Thursday on Chemstrand Road.

Escambia County Fire Rescue responded to find the woman trapped under the vehicle after a jack gave way. Firefighters were able to free her within minutes. She was transported to an area hospital as a trauma alert.

An update on the woman’s condition was not available.

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4 Responses to “Woman Trapped After Vehicle Falls From Jack”

  1. Cameron on September 26th, 2022 10:42 pm

    Prayers for the woman and family. Accidents happen and it’s not fun at all. Hope everything works out.

  2. The RINO Speaks on September 25th, 2022 7:00 am

    Always use wheel chocks and jack stands. Or let a professional work it. All three cost far less money than medical bills.

  3. Ed on September 23rd, 2022 9:44 am

    When bumper jacks were standard for cars, I had quite a few fall off. Luckily, I was never under the car. I usually put a concrete block under somewhere but I found out they break fairly easy. Getting old solved my problem of crawling under cars.

  4. Wayne on September 23rd, 2022 4:28 am

    Good Lord, prayers to the lady and hope she recovers fully.

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