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MEDINA, Ohio (WJW) – The Medina Fire Department had to coordinate a complex rescue when a semi-truck slid off the interstate and crashed at the bottom of an embankment.

The crash happened Monday on I-71 north at the 216-mile marker.

Photos taken by the Medina Fire Department show the truck about 50-feet down a steep slope covered in snow.

Courtesy: Medina Fire Department

The crash also jammed the door to the truck, leaving the driver unable to get out.

According to Medina Fire, firefighters set up a low-angle rope rescue system to get crews and equipment to the bottom of the embankment.

Courtesy: Medina Fire Department

They used a hydraulic spreader to rescue the driver.

Crews also put down absorbent booms in the creek below the truck to contain diesel fuel that was leaking from a fuel tank in the semi.

Courtesy: Medina Fire Department

Multiple agencies helped with the rescue.

The driver was injured in the crash and taken to the hospital.

Click here to see more pictures from the Medina Fire Department.