A WOMAN has been rescued after a tree fell through her home, landing between her and her husband as they slept.
Emergency crews released a woman who was pinned down in her bed inside her partially collapsed house.
The drama unfolded in the early hours of this morning in Spokane, Washington, during high winds.
Spokane Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer told KXLY said the house was hit by part of a tree, which had snapped off the trunk.
Photographs show the tree had speared between a husband and wife who were in their bedroom.
The woman was pinned and had to be delicately removed by firefighters.
She was taken to the hospital for a crush injury but is not in a life-threatening condition.
Her son said she suffered an injury to her arm.
Meanwhile, a woman was killed in Spokane when 70 mph winds blew down a tree on her car.
Elsewhere, students at Western Washington University had to relocate after trees fell on their dorms,
In Pierce County, several families had to flee their homes because of falling trees.