About 4.30pm, Wednesday 25 April, several CFA trucks were called to the incident on Mount Dandenong Tourist Road at Kalorama.
The woman called her dad first who lived near the accident scene. He called Triple Zero, then drove up and down the road trying to locate her.
Upon CFA’s arrival, crews found the woman trapped in her car which had rolled 15 metres down an embankment.
Wandin CFA’s brand new rescue truck, along with the Monbulk rescue unit and Dandenong’s rescue team were required to perform a rope rescue.
Using jaws of life, the 19-year-old was freed from her car about 45 minutes later.
CFA firefighters, along with paramedics, carefully transferred the woman onto a stretcher and she was lifted back to the road via the rope rescue unit.
The girl was lucky to only receive minor injuries and was transported to hospital.
Six CFA units from Kalorama, Wandin, Montrose, Monbulk and three brigade support vehicles from Dandenong, Kalorama and the Ranges Group attended the incident.
Around 30 firefighters were at the scene along with Victoria Police and Ambulance Victoria.