I was working in my garage, it has 15 foot ceilings, I heard a humming bird buz in and start to fly around the peak. I thought she would go out on her own, it was a ruby throat female. She just kept buzzing in the peak. So I used a piece of foam sheeting to try to coax her out. She kept buzzing around the foam. She would land on a cross beam and open her mouth. I thought maybe she was exhausted so I opened the roll up as high as it would go and finished up what I was doing hoping she would just pop out the big roll up. She did not, then I noticed she flew into a gap in the foam insulation in the peak. I knew that was hot so I put my ladder on my rolling scaffold and strapped it down. I noticed her feathers were hanging out the gap so I climbed up and got her in my hand very lightly and thought that I could just let her go outside. I opened my hand and she did not move. She was stiff. From the time she flew into the gap and when I got up was under 5 min. I don't know what the heck happened. Anyone have something like this happen to you before?