A Gibson County woman is lucky to be alive after a coal truck trapped her inside her SUV It happened around 4 Friday in between the Pilot and Flying J along 41 in Gibson County. "I thought he killed her." Truck driver David Frechette had a front row seat to a mess he didnt want to see today. "He came flying around the corner and he was up on two wheels." An 18 wheeler carrying a half load of coal smashing two cars. The first only had damage to its trunk. The second, a Chevy trail blazer was crushed with the driver still inside. "The steering wheel and the dashboard pushed down on top of her legs," says Firefighter Micah Rulli. Frechette was the first to get to 47 year old Katherine Euler while she sat trapped behind the wheel. "I ran up there broke the windows out she was okay. Said she could feel her legs," says Frechette. It took a dozen firefighters from five different departments more than an hour just to get her out. "The main problem was all the coal and everything on top of the car gettting that out getting the car stablized," says Rulli. The crews even had to use a saw just to get the doors open on Eulers mangled car. They loaded her up in the ambulance with only minor injuries on her leg, but only one more foot "I thought it came further up and squashed her." And it would be a much different story. Investigators say Euler is at St. Marys Medical Center, but is not in any pain. The driver of the truck 26 year old Chad Quick was treated and released from the hospital. He works for Normington Excavating out of Chandler. He was ticketed for speeding and the case is now being referred to the Gibson County prosecutor for criminal charges. Two other drivers in other cars were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.