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I think it might be friction on the tires making the smell. About getting the car out, if you can still open the drivers seat door, and do this... Get it towed! If that doesn't work... Depending on how big the ditch is... Big, Ramp Small, Rent a crane! (I was being sarcastic right there, but it might work! Ask a van expert first though...)
I had to remove the inside door panel and drill a hole with a 1 1/4 hole saw where the linkage is at the rear of the door. I actually drilled a second hole to shine light in to see. There is a metal bracket at the back that is bent. I used a long screwdriver to pry and bend it back again. You can release the door using the screwdriver to move that bracket also.