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Vehicle Extrication & Rescue

To talk about all things related to vehicle extrication. Not USAR. Not Confined Space. Not SAR. Not BA. Not Swift Water. Not Trench. Vehicle extricaiton only....

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Cribbing: What type and how much

Started by paul michael komandt. Last reply by Frank Mantegari Feb 18, 2016. 13 Replies

How You Stabilising This?

Started by lutan1. Last reply by William Revis Feb 10, 2015. 11 Replies

Hybrid cars and trucks

Started by Eric Hamlett. Last reply by John K. Johnson Sep 3, 2014. 28 Replies

recommendations on extrication tools

Started by Tandy Young. Last reply by Ben Waller Jan 13, 2012. 45 Replies

PowerPoint - Vehicle Extrication & Rescue

Started by Art Sutherland. Last reply by John K. Johnson Nov 30, 2011. 14 Replies

Car Under Truck- What Would You Do?

Started by lutan1. Last reply by Marty D. Ross Sep 10, 2011. 42 Replies

Extrication toolbag?

Started by Lars Ågerstrand. Last reply by Daniel J. Graham May 9, 2011. 10 Replies

Do you use filter masks when cutting glass?

Started by Lars Ågerstrand. Last reply by lutan1 May 5, 2011. 13 Replies

Rescue Jacks

Started by Tom Wallace. Last reply by Ben Waller Apr 24, 2011. 5 Replies

Life Expectency of High Pressure Lifting Airbags

Started by lutan1. Last reply by Mike "Lapo" Lapotasky Apr 5, 2011. 31 Replies

here is another --what would you do

Started by Mark Klaene. Last reply by Ben Waller Apr 3, 2011. 33 Replies

Use the right RescueProtectionset to cover sharp edges

Started by William Bettonviel. Last reply by Mike "Lapo" Lapotasky Mar 30, 2011. 5 Replies

Winching Cars with Live Patients Inside- A CASE STUDY

Started by lutan1. Last reply by William Bettonviel Feb 9, 2011. 28 Replies

Start of my Sunday shift

Started by Asst Chief Tim Cook. Last reply by Asst Chief Tim Cook Dec 23, 2010. 4 Replies

Truck Vs. Car- What Would You Do?

Started by lutan1. Last reply by Michael E. Quaintance Sep 30, 2010. 32 Replies

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Comment by Marty D. Ross on January 16, 2011 at 2:03pm
To all of you we just did the first ever heavy extrication class In Brooklyn Mo. It was very informative and fun. when I get the photo discs I will try and share them. See ya
Comment by chris carillo on January 8, 2011 at 8:25pm
looking for info on terc regional qualifiers for 2011 their website has nothing any info would be appreciated
Comment by russell mundell on January 6, 2011 at 11:32pm
Got a question for you guys. Last night we rolled on a .5 ton pick up on top of person. Now persons head and hands were stretched out on on side and feet out the oppusite side. person was DOA. Help me with this idea. Truck is upside down and to remove vehicle from person, secure 2 rams on either side of truck bed just behind cab. lift upward. What do you think. I have to do research on this as a next training situation. please help. thanks my bros and sises.
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Comment by Joe on November 17, 2010 at 3:25pm
Does anyone know the NFPA standard on Vehicle Extrication?
Comment by Sean on September 26, 2010 at 7:30am
My department just did a heavy rescue training on a school bus. That was a tough extrication. Those things a built pretty solid. We made some mistakes but we learned a lot and now we know what to do in the field. The emergency window side flat was the toughest part. We had to make several cuts to find the proper place and angle but that is why we train.
Comment by Ben Waller on September 18, 2010 at 7:49am
It's possible that the rescue team couldn't get access to the battery due to the hood being jammed or deformed, or both. Our practice is to disconnect the battery whenever it is practical, but we also teach our guys how to extricate safely when we can't disconnect the battery power for some reason.

If you strip the purchase point down to bare metal before using it as a spreader or ram base or prior to cutting, you won't short out a SRS device and have an unintendo deployment.
Comment by lutan1 on June 29, 2010 at 9:07am
Oldman I did that an MVA some time ago- the tail lights were almost touching the head lights. TO assist with getting access, we spread off the tree, against the car, then got a ram in and continued the same. THe aim was to straighten the car up a bit and then continue metal movement. Different, but what it needed at the time.

I didn't notice the chin strap Tony, but a good point. Last thing a casualty wants is a 1kg fibreglass brick in the face...
 

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