We were standing by in the next town over for a working house-fire that they had when a rollover occurred in our own town. Our town was low on manpower, and when the Chief got there he saw there was indeed an entrapment, so he called us back to town to take it. When we got there, one car was on its side and there was a lady pinned in the driver's seat, which was closest to the ground.
I immediately called for a dry hoseline to be stretched, and for the truck to be stabilized. While this was going on, I went to the back windshield and took a window punch and dropped it. After I cleared the window out of the frame, I crawled in, past the rear seats and made contact with the girl. She said her back and leg hurt, and I noticed that her seatbelt was still on, suspending her, and the car was still in drive. I put the car in park and took out the key, and decided to leave her seatbelt on because I didn't want to cause any movements to further injure her back.
As the guys outside began to cut the windshield out, I throw a blanket over the victim and then put my body over her to protect from falling glass. I spoke quietly to her and kept her updated on what we were doing and that she might feel some shaking and hear noises, but we'll have her out soon. Crews cut both the "A" posts and folded half the roof down. At this point, I got out of the truck and an EMT replaced me to put her collar on, as they were bringing the backboard to her.