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Automobile and Farm Machinery extrication is a very demanding and exacting operation.   When firefighters and emergency crews set out to perform an extrication, you know that in most cases, time is of essence.  Life is typically in the balance and all involved are focused on one objective, get the victim out as fast and safely as possible...

Key Benefits

bulletUtilize Valuable Life-Saving Time
bulletQuick and Effective Rescue Techniques 
bulletProviding the Victim the Optimum Opportunity for Survival

Capabilities

Each Rescue Technician knows exactly how to approach the incident to remove the victim as fast and safely as possible.  Each second may be the difference between life or death for some victims, and our job is to do our best to utilize each second to the victims benefit.  Spreaders, Cutters, and Rams provide extraordinary strength, power, and capability to assist with the rescue effort.  Remove windshields, roofs, doors, glass, and even cut the vehicle in half if that is what it takes to safely and effectively remove the patient.  Extrication, is an art, an art of man against machinery and technology unlike ever before, and our goal is to paint the best results humanly possible...

Capability 1
Pictures and description examples during training or an incident will be provided soon...
Capability 2
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Capability 3
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