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AUTO EXTRICATION TRAINING USING OLD AND NEW CARS BY ..... yard and current-model cars in our auto extrication training program. In 1996, we used ..... here to enlarge image Students in the auto extrication training program at the Ohio State
In this video, Denver (CO) Captain Randall Wells demonstrates the "Air Chair" evolution for vehicle extrication.
AT 5:24 A.M. ON SATURDAY, December 23, 2006, the Elmsford (NY) Fire Department was dispatched to a personal injury auto accident requiring extrication on Saw Mill River Road.
With the help of a member who owned a backhoe, Tom Kiurski and his department's extrication team were able to develop a number of challenging stabilization and rescue evolutions.
Citizenship Grant supporting the 5th annual "Crunch Time" auto extrication training for the region's firefighters and first ..... Good Neighbor Citizenship Grant to "Crunch Time" Auto Extrication Coordinator Todd D. Meyer, who is also a Gig Harbor
“Challenging auto extrication ” story Thanks to Chief Sydney Henry Jr., Elmsford (NY) Fire Department, for his article “Challenging Auto Extrication ” (November 2007). However, I strongly disagree with the statement
Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents , auto extrication is the one discipline most of us in the fire service ..... disassemble machinery to access the patient. If we apply auto extrication principles and tools to a punch press or an elevator
jointly-sponsored Five Star Extrication Academy as the state’s official curriculum for instructors’ advanced auto extrication training . This day-long training academy was first developed in 2008 by Champion Rescue Tools and Volvo Cars of
LIFE HAMMER Click here to enlarge image Innovation Distributing: Designed to aid rescuers at auto extrication incidents. Combines double-tipped hammer for breaking auto side windows and protected blade for cutting seatbelt. Optional
Check out some of these week's blogs, including John K. Murphy on the disciplinary charge of "conduct unbecoming," Dave McGlynn on motivation, and Isaac Frazier on the question of how to deal with door hinges in auto extrication .