Firefighters rescue man trapped under SEPTA trolley
CLIFTON HEIGHTS, Pa. - February 11, 2012 (WPVI) -- A man was struck by the Sharon Hill line near East Baltimore Avenue and Ogden Street, shortly after 2:30 Saturday morning.
He was pinned for two hours, until SEPTA could get a crane on the scene.
The crane lifted the trolley, allowing firefighters to pull the man out alive.
He was unconscious when rushed to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. No word on his condition.
A firefighter is also being treated for injuries suffered during the rescue.
There were some delays during the rescue but SEPTA says Sharon Hill trolley is up and running at normal operation.
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