April 18th- Leicester Firefighters were called to a location on Sabina Circle after a truck rolled and was teetering over a ledge to a 50 foot drop.
A local tow company showed up to winch the vehicle back onto solid ground but the winch cable broke causing the truck to plummet down the embankment.
Leicester Firefighters were called to evaluate the situation and gas that was leaking from the car. When firefighters arrived and saw the scope of the incident they called for the rescue to respond with ropes and tech rescue equipment. The vehicle was not occupied at the time of the crash but firefighters had to cut down some small trees to make way for a heavy duty wrecker. The wrecker positioned itself next to the cliff and hoisted the car back up and flipped the truck preparing it to be hauled away.