Employee Pinned by Car for 5 Hours at Somerville, Australia, Self-Storage Facility

A woman was recently trapped for more than five hours between her car and a wall at the Somerville, Australia, self-storage facility where she works. The unidentified worker reportedly became wedged when trying to re-enter the car, which was next to a self-storage unit. The vehicle may have moved after she exited, pinning her against the wall, according to the source.

A woman was recently trapped for more than five hours between her car and a wall at the Somerville, Australia, self-storage facility where she works. The unidentified worker reportedly became wedged when trying to re-enter the car, which was next to a self-storage unit. The vehicle may have moved after she exited, pinning her against the wall, according to the source.

The incident occurred around 7 a.m., leaving her wedged until police and an ambulance were called about 12:30 p.m. Fire crews were also dispatched to help rescue the woman. Respondents freed her after about 45 minutes, the source reported.

A spokesperson for the State Control Centre in Victoria, Australia, told the source the woman sustained only minor injuries.

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