SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Fire Department crews in San Francisco had to extricate a driver out of a vehicle Wednesday afternoon when a tree fell on several parked cars, according to authorities.

The large tree fell near the intersection of Clement Street and 38th Avenue shortly after 3 p.m., striking several parked cars and one Porsche that was driving up Clement. It was quickly determined that the man driving the Porsche was not injured.

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The victim was pulled out of the Porsche safely shortly before 4 p.m.

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“I was just driving and — uh, lucky day — the tree just fell on my car,” the driver told KPIX 5. “They had to chainsaw me out. I was literally stuck, so they just chainsawed me out.”

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While that man was rescued, as of about 5:15 p.m. Clement Street was still closed as crews awaited the arrival of a crane that would remove the tree from the vehicles.