June 25, 2018 2:12 pm
Updated: June 25, 2018 2:35 pm

Saskatoon firefighters remove woman from upside-down car unharmed

Saskatoon firefighters safely removed a woman who was trapped in an upside-down vehicle.

Julien Fournier / Global News

A woman who was trapped in an upside-down car Monday morning was safely removed by Saskatoon Fire Department personnel.

The two-vehicle collision at Weyakwin Drive and Taylor Street happened at 9 a.m. CT.

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Fire crews arrived to find one of vehicle on its roof with a woman trapped inside.

Firefighters stabilized the car and then extricated the woman through the driver’s side window. She was not injured.

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The man driving the other vehicle was also not injured.

Firefighters stayed on scene to clean up debris and fluids left behind from both vehicles.

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