CRAWFORDVILLE, Fla. -- A man had to be freed from his vehicle by fire and emergency workers following a collision between a car and a mobile home.
According to Fire and EMS Chief Michael Morgan, authorities responded to the crash at 11:17 a.m. on Tuesday. They were notified after Wakulla Sheriff's Deputies noticed the crash, which happened in front of River Sink Elementary School.
Authorities say it happened when a westbound four door sedan was struck by a southbound motor home pulling another vehicle on a trailer.
The driver of sedan was able to exit the vehicle on his own and refused treatment from EMS. He told workers that he would go to the hospital with a friend.
However, the passenger of the car, a man, was trapped inside the vehicle. Firefighters had to use hydraulic rescue tools to free him, and he was then transported to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
The driver and passenger of the mobile home told EMS workers that they weren't hurt. They were both from Tennessee.