A man in his 20s who was climbing among the rocks of the Devil’s Den at Gettysburg National Military Park on Labor Day slipped off a boulder and into a crevice, the Hanover, Pa., Evening Sun reported. He was unable to pull himself out because he had dislocated his shoulder according to a story by reporter Lillian Reed.

Nineteen people, including local fire fighters and bystanders, helped to pull the unidentified man to safety, Reed reported.