MONORE TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- Rescue crews in New Jersey have freed a skydiver who got stuck in a tree and was dangling 70 feet above the ground.
Emergency crews in Gloucester County got a call around 5 p.m. Tuesday that the skydiver had crashed into the trees.
It happened at 5 on the 300 block of Dalia Avenue in Monroe Township.
Authorities say the skydiver was hanging about 70 feet above ground when they got there.
It took them a little more than an hour to free the person.
No word on any injuries.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.) null
Skydiver gets stuck in tree in Monroe Township, New Jersey