Car found 200 feet into woods in Batavia after crash

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A manhad to be extricated from their car Sunday night after it was found rolled over and 200 feet into a wooded area in west suburban Batavia.

Emergency crews responded to the single-vehicle crash at 11:33 p.m. on Kirk Road south of Wilson Street, according to a statement from the Batavia Fire Department.

Crews found the car on its roof with a 28-year-old man inside who needed to be extricated, according to the fire department. It took about 20 minutes to remove the man from the vehicle.

He was taken to Delnor Community Hospital in Geneva, according to the fire department.

The circumstances of the crash were not immediately available from the Batavia Police Department.

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