That just sounds like a logistical nightmare. That fireman definitely deserves tacos for finding a way to get the door open. The worst I've ever had to dig out was in the middle of a greyhound bus. Feet up on the window and head in the isle between my knees. It was by far the most ungraceful CPR I've ever done.One of my first cardiac arrests as a cleared paramedic was a generously-sized (but not huge) older woman who had collapsed while on the toilet and become tightly wedged between the toilet and door of the small bathroom she was in. It was one of those old, Victorian-Style houses where the bathrooms are tiny and the toilet and sink and door are all really close together. Fire beat us to the scene by a good bit and had already had a guy climb in through the window because there was no way to open the bathroom door. He barely fit in the bathroom himself and he had a HELL of a time positioning her in such a way to open the door so we could drag her out. He was actually pretty shook up. Obviously no intervention took place for quite some time but we worked her for a few minutes and then called it. One of the more memorable calls in my career.