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How Jaws of Life became a tool to snatch you from the jaws of death–
Jaws of life were first created in 1961 and are now an indispensable tool for fire departments.
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Extrication dilemma: Door hinge or latch attack?–
While no one technique is suited for every extrication situation, one method is far better most of the time
Calif. firefighters rescue cyclist trapped under truck–
Merced firefighters responded to a cyclist who was trapped under a truck after a crash Feb. 28, 2017.
5 times "Jaws of Life" saved a life–
These stories about Jaws of Life are truly remarkable
Exclusive: Field amputation difference between life and death–
EMS, fire and hospital personnel describe interstate collision, patient entrapment and field amputation to save a man pinned inside his truck cab by 80,000 pounds of logs
Calif. firefighters respond to car crash near fire station–
Crews ran out to find a mangled car with an injured driver trapped inside
Pa. firefighters remove teen's finger from ice cream machine–
Firefighters cut open the machine's casing to slide the victim's hand out
NY firefighters save man from submerged vehicle–
Firefighters and police broke the back passenger window of the car and cut the driver's seat belt before pulling the man free
Girl, 15, pinned by 1,500-pound boulder badly hurt–
The girl was visiting her grandparents and was playing in the backyard on the rock when it rolled onto her
Watch: Calif. firefighters rescue crash victim using GPS location–
Firefighters and police were initially unable to locate the crashed vehicle, but were able to do so after authorities used her phone to ping a location
How to fight a burning Tesla–
Recent crashes like the one in Indy show how dangerous and different these vehicle fires are, and why training is necessary
NY firefighters rescue man from submerged car–
A rescue team put on wet suits and used cables to make their way out to the car, where the man was removed a few minutes later.
5 tips for better extrication tool results–
Here's how to avoid common vehicle rescue mistakes and get the most out of our extrication tools
7 firefighter drills not found in books–
Most of these skill-building exercises can be used year-round and with minimal cost and equipment
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