TROY TOWNSHIP, Ohio - A skydiver landed in a tree Sunday and agencies from multiple departments responded for the rescue.
The call went out around 8:15 p.m., according to Troy Township Fire.
The skydiver was stuck about 60 feet up and in an area with difficult terrain.
Crews from several departments brought rope rescue equipment and off-road utility vehicles.
The person was not hurt. Rescuers were able to get him safely to the ground after about 2 hours.
Troy was assisted by Parkman, Middlefield, Burton, Auburn, Hiram, Garretsville, East Tech rescue team, United States Airforce Base out of Vienna and the Geauga County Sheriff's dispatch.