"A person stuck during the Wednesday night in any kind of vehicle 25 metres up in the air in a wind farm in the Falun municipality."
"After a large räddningspådrag could the man picked down unharmed."
"– we Had not been guided to the spot, had we not found there, it is a grid of roads criss-cross, " says Johan Melin at Gästrike emergency services."
"the Alarm was received to the emergency services just before the clock 19 on Wednesday. A person stuck in any kind of vehicle and was 25 feet up in the air. "
"It must have been a different person than the one that was stuck that alerted about the accident. "
" According to the information we received the machine they used has frozen solid or broken in any other way. They are not going anywhere, which is why they are stuck, " says Johan Melin, internal command at the Gästrike emergency services."
"With the help of guidance from the person who alerted could räddningnstjänsten find to the site – which will be a wind farm in Svartnäs in the Falun municipality."
"– It is a mile right out in the woods. Had we not received guidance, had we not found there, it is a grid of roads criss-cross, " says Melin."
"Several units were looking for the distressed person."
" We are two firefighters from Gävle and Sandviken that constitutes rappelleringsgruppen, then we are one height unit and a släckenhet from Sandviken and management support from Falun."
"”Everything has gone as planned”"
"–Rappellering is when you climb with the help of the ropes and celebrates the down itself or others, in order to bring down the people to the land."
"When you reached the person needed rappelleringsgruppen never be used, but the person could be rescued with the help of a höjdfordon."
"– We could go forward with our basket on the vehicle where the person stood. It went on easily, otherwise we had to grab and climb up and repel down the person with the harness."
"When the person reached the firm ground was he completely unharmed."
"Everything has gone as planned," says Johan Melin."
"Hypothermia means the body temperature is too low."
"When the body temperature starts to drop we defend ourselves by reducing the blood supply to the skin and to increase heat production by shivering. "
"These mechanisms are very energy-intensive and can therefore not be maintained indefinitely. Finally begins also the core temperature to drop and we start to become chilled."