Vehicle Extrication: Seven Killed by Trailer in NY Crash

05/30/2013
A runaway trailer carrying crushed vehicles struck a minivan in upstate New York, killing seven people. Four of the victims were young children. The collision occurred early Wednesday evening in Truxton in Cortland County, New York, according to a CBS News report (http://cbsn.ws/1aDNglg). Another man was injured in the crash when the trailer reportedly disconnected from the rig and slammed into the van, ripping it apart. Read additional details about this incident at http://cbsn.ws/1aDNglg. For more on firefighter response to motor vehicle collisions, consider The First 10 Minutes: A Best Practices Approach to Motor Vehicle Crash Response, Head, Belly, Toes-In Line: A Case Study of a MV...

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