A fallen tree inside a portable toilet in the Gattenberg battle ground traps the man

First responders showed up at an address in Gettysburg in Pennsylvania last week to save a man from a very precarious situation after falling from a tree and trapping him inside a portable toilet.

On Friday afternoon, strong winds knocked down the tree, fell on a porta potty in the Little Round Top battleground in Gettysburg National Military Park, York Daily Record Report.

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A man stopped some time ago in a portable toilet to relieve himself, and the tree ended up hitting his nearby van and toilet while he was inside.

On April 30, 2021, a tree is shown after toggling on a van and a portable toilet in Gettyburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania.

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It is not clear who called the officers, but the rescue team showed up shortly after the tree fell.

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According to Joe Robinson, Assistant Chief of the Barlow Volunteer Fire Department, the fire crew treated it as a condition of car entrapment. They used a chain to take away the tree branches, then cut their way into the portable toilet until they could get the trapped man out.

After the incident, he was taken to the hospital for evaluation, fire Department said.

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It’s unclear whether the man suffered any physical injury, but he would almost certainly take some emotional scars from the episode, which made him the first prisoner on the battlefield in more than 150 years – and perhaps the first one inside. Occupied by trees. Portable toilet.

Associated Press with files

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