Off-duty NY EMT saves man after a rollover crash

An off-duty EMT who lives in the area heard the crash and helped the driver get out of the car


Daily Messenger, Canandaigua, N.Y.

CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. — A Canandaigua man is seriously injured after a rollover crash early Thursday morning.

The single-car crash happened on North Bloomfield Road near Buffalo Street just after 1 a.m.

Police say David Flansburg was turning when he lost control in his Dodge Charger, causing his car to go airborne before landing on its roof. (Photo/Tribune News Service)
Police say David Flansburg was turning when he lost control in his Dodge Charger, causing his car to go airborne before landing on its roof. (Photo/Tribune News Service)

Police say 37-year-old David Flansburg was turning when he lost control in his Dodge Charger, causing his car to go airborne before landing on its roof. An off-duty EMS worker who lives in the area heard the crash and went to help.

Flansburg was able to climb out with the help of EMTs. He was flown to Strong Memorial Hospital via Mercy Flight. He's currently in guarded condition.

The crash is still under investigation.

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McClatchy-Tribune News Service

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