A South Carolina woman whose hands were crushed when her car fell off its jack managed to call for help by using her toes to dial her cell phone. The incident occurred Sunday evening in Colleton County after the 54-year-old Charlotte woman stopped to change a flat on I-95, authorities say. While replacing the tire, the jack slipped and her hands were crushed between the tire and the fender, trapping her, according to a Colleton County Fire-Rescue report. "She was trapped alone on the side of the dark interstate, experiencing excruciating pain," the report reads. With no one else on the road at the time, the woman was forced to draw upon her McGuyver-like instincts and get creative. "Over the next 35 minutes, she was able to slip off one shoe and manipulate her cell," per the rescue report. "After many attempts, she was able to dial 911 with her toes and advise them of her predicament." The victim suffered "severe damage to both hands and all fingers," the fire-rescue team reports. Her current condition has not been revealed. Can you turn on your phone, dial 911, and then press "send" with your toes? Have you ever been physically stuck somewhere?