UPDATE:

GENEVA, Ala. (WDHN) — WDHN has received new information on the Tuesday morning crash that trapped a Fort Rucker employee for around 10 hours.

The employee involved in the crash was a military police dispatcher. The dispatcher is also from Enterprise, according to Geneva police.

Police learned of the missing dispatcher after his concerned coworkers contacted police about his absence from work.

Stay with WDHN News as we continue to follow this story.

ORIGINAL:

GENEVA COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — A Fort Rucker employee is critically injured after being trapped for 10 hours following a car crash that happened Tuesday morning.

The civilian employee, who has yet to be named, was expected at work on Tuesday at 4:30 a.m., however, on his way to work he crashed into a guardrail on Highway 27 North and Highway 52, according to Geneva police. Because of the speed and impact of the crash, the car was sent 50 feet into the woodline.

He was then discovered by Geneva EMS around 2:30 p.m., marking around 10 hours that he was trapped in his vehicle.

He was taken to the Wiregrass Medical Center in Geneva with critical injuries and is waiting to be taken to a trauma center.

Stay with WDHN News for updates.