Milton Fire & Rescue was dispatched for the report of a male subject stuck in a hole

Taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries

At 8:46 p.m. Monday night, Milton Fire & Rescue was dispatched to Powell Hill Rd for the report of a male subject stuck in a hole.

Crews arrived on scene and found the male subject stuck in a hole by one leg up to his waist.

Clifty 6 from Madison was requested to assist due to the extra tools they carry for this situation.

Crews dug the male out by shovels and by hand until they could free him.

The hole was full of sand and water which made it hard to get the subject out of. Patient was stuck in the hole for around 45 minutes.

He was taken to Baptist Health in Louisville for his non-life threatening injuries.

Trimble County EMS, Trimble County Sheriff and Clifty 6 Fire & Rescue assisted at the scene.

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