Ikey Knowles, 34, of Point area spent over three hours in his mangled Toyota RAV 4 before he was rescued by emergency personnel.
Knowles was driving from east to west on the Falmouth main road about 3:10 a.m when he lost control of his vehicle.
The two door silver Rav 4 slammed into a utility pole splitting it in two in the process.
Knowles became trapped in his vehicle and not even the jaws of life could free him as he complained of pain.
Two vehicles had to be used to stretch the mangled vehicle before the driver was removed at 6:30 a.m.
He suffered a broken leg.
Superintendent of Police Leonard Cabral is urging motorists to drive more slowly especially when traveling alone at nights.
He says those who are sleepy at the wheel should slow down, turn down their windows and play music.
Cabral is also urging motorists to have a designated driver when drinking during carnival.
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