Bottle jacks are a good idea. However, I am certain that there are other places where the airbags could be deployed. The truck is wider than the car. There should still be access to the frame on this one. A crane would be good to have on the way, but in the meantime other options would be necessary to get started.
This link shows the bottom of a similar Scania rolled on its side, but not a lot of detail.
If the car in the original photo is crumpled in front of the truck's front crossmember, then that crossmember would be available for the lift.
If the car is under that crossmember, then you could still access both ends of the crossmember with two sets of air bags and do a simultaneous lift.
If the crossmenber ends are not available as lift purchase points, then the next option is to build box cribs to just beneath the fuel tank support members shown here, insert air bags, and conduct a simultaneous lift.
A fourth option would be to slide air bags under the transmission support cross-member and use it for the purchase point.
We recently had a class on just this problem. The answer was call a heavy tow company to see if they could help with one of their big wreckers. Our local group is McDowell they have a 75 ton wrecker and they know how to use it They dropped a cement truck on a New Yorker and omg. Then picked it off so we could do extrication on the car they also put a tanker on its side on top of a car then picked it off for us. They said they would go any where they could to help us. I would recommend that you contact your local smei wrecker service to see what they could do to help you in that situation. It could be worth your while.