A person got their arm pinned by a car in Bethel on Saturday morning. Firefighters responded to the center of town and found the motorist with their arm stuck between the front tire and fender when the vehicle became unstable. They extricated the patient using the Hurst electric “jaws of life” tool in conjunction with a T and J Rescue Enterprises stabilization and lifting tool. The person was transported to the hospital for evaluation and treatment. Bethel Police closed off the area as firefighters worked.