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What Would You Do? Trapped Under Vehicle

11/09/2009
By Forest ReederYour company is dispatched to a report of a man trapped underneath his vehicle. Apparently he used a bottle jack to raise the auto to perform some maintenance and the vehicle rolled forward off the jack. The vehicle has trapped him from the waist up, leaving only his legs exposed. He is conscious, in extreme pain, and is able to move his legs. There are no other hazards (i.e. fuel leaks) and he is the only patient. He has been under the vehicle for approximately 10 minutes. Using the equipment available on your apparatus, develop a rescue plan that safely removes the victim.Download this week's firefighter training drill as a PDF HERE. Forest Reeder began hi...

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