(FORSYTH TOWNSHIP, MI)– One rescuer used a snowmobile and another walked in pulling a sled to help retrieve an injured man who spent the night in the woods in the Upper Peninsula, after his vehicle apparently became stuck in the snow. Forsyth Township Police in Marquette County said the rescue began Sunday morning when they got a report that a vehicle was stuck on Martin Lake Road and the driver needed medical attention. It turns out the man’s vehicle, which got stuck sometime Saturday night, was found by the man’s friend. The friend then followed the driver’s footprints through the snow and into the wooded area, where he was found. Temperatures in the area had dipped to about 3 degrees early Sunday. Police responded to the woods, but could not walk the injured man out. A fire was built to keep them warm. A firefighter reached the scene on his snowmobile, and an EMT walked into the woods with a sled. They retrieved the injured man out of the woods, where he was then airlifted to an awaiting medical crew U.P. Health Systems.