One woman was stuck in her car Thursday morning after it rolled near the intersection of Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard and Southeast 172nd Avenue.
The crash was reported around 9:20 a.m. by multiple callers, according to radio traffic monitored at The Columbian.
Engine 9, Engine 10 and a battalion chief from the Vancouver Fire Department responded.
Engine 9 arrived and found a two-car accident between a Subaru and a Chevorlet Tahoe. The Tahoe was on its side in the median just east of the intersection, said Kevin Stromberg, a Vancouver Fire spokesman.
An adult female in the Tahoe was unable to get out because the vehicle was unstable, Stomberg said. After firefighters used equipment to secure the vehicle, the woman was able to get out on her own and signed a refusal for transport, Stromberg said. The driver of the Subaru did not report any injuries.
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