At 16:42 the rescue alarm was sent to the village of Luxor, Hempfield Twp for a male who had fallen down into a hole in the yard. Crews arrived to find a male who had fallen down a 25 foot hole into an old mine shaft. Rescues 34 & 90 set up for the confined space rescue assignment with Chief 34 taking the command of the operations. Crews immediately began air monitoring and dropping ground pads around the hole. A confined space blower was set up, forcing continuous fresh air down into the hole to the patient, to replenish the oxygen levels. Crews then set up an A-frame with a rope rigging system to lower 2 rescuers into the hole. The 2 rescuers stabilized the patient, placed a harness around the patient and prepared to haul the him via the rigging system. The patient was then lifted the 25 ft up the shaft and into the care of EMS. The 2 rescuers then ascended the shaft and the scene was secured. The patient was flown to a Pittsburgh trauma center for treatment. The extrication was completed in 39 minutes from time of dispatch. Units on the scene: 34, 75, 84, 90 & Hempfield EMA. Units out 2 hours.