WATCH: High school rugby team pushes ambulance off muddy field

Have a problem? Just call in some girl power.

During a rugby match Wednesday afternoon in Chateauguay between Chateauguay Valley Regional High School and Howard S. Billings High, one player was hurt while making a tackle.

The girl injured her neck and was unable to move afterwards.

An ambulance arrived within three minutes; technicians secured the injured player and placed her in the back of the vehicle.

There was only one problem; the ambulance was stuck in the mud on the field.

"I knew, because it was pretty muddy, that it wouldn't be able to take off," Laura Ykema, who was watching her half-sister play, told CTV Montreal.

Then in a true moment of team work the girls on the field got together and pushed the ambulance until it was able to get out of the mud and off the field.

"The girls didn't hesitate and they all ran over and pushed the ambulance, all 10,000 pounds of it or whatever, until it was moving," said Ykema.

Chateauguay Valley Regional High School principal Brigitte Barrette said the injured girl was back at school the next day.