Trailer & JUNKIN JSA-200 Litter,
Steel frame and 1,200 lbs. Capacity!!!
Order your "JSA-200"
basket stretcher today.
us at: EEResQ@cs.com
Off-Road ResQ's new ATV
EMS Medical Tray installs in seconds.
Order yours today!
Terrain Res-Q' off-road patient transport trailer was challenged to haul a heavy load during the Pike
County Fire & Rescue School.
Team, with a Junkin JSA-200
Litter and CMC Litter Shield, prepares to run
a slalom couse during the ATV
Safety & Rescue
taught in Pike County, KY by Kentucky's
Dept. of Agriculture Farm & Home Safety Program.
For ATV SAFETY program information call:
KY Dept. of Agricuture at 502-564-4696 .
Off-Road Res-Q ATV &
OHV Rescue News:
Our "ATV RESCUE TEAM" was put to a test
during an ATV Safety Program at the Pike
County Fire & Rescue School. With a
Off-Road Rescue trailer
in tow, and +800 lbs.
of patient and EMT on board, we negotiated a
tough "ATV Safety Program
- Slalom Course"
without knocking over a single traffic cone !!!
Salyersville Fire Department in Magoffin County, Kentucky has purchased this ATR-2
folding frame Res-Q for use in cooperation with the new "AREA-9
ATV Rhino Res-Q Team." Salyersville FD personnel completed the Kentucky Dept. of Agriculture's new "ATV Safety & Rescue" training program at the Daniel Boone Fire / Rescue School in Moorehead,
Kentucky. This program is one of several taught throughout the state by KDA's "Farm & Home
Safety Training Program."
ATV Safety & Rescue Training Program information call:
Kentucky Dept. of Agricuture at 502-564-4696
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Off-Road Res-Q ATV /
OHV Rescue News:
Injures Hamilton, Ontario Man
made quicker with new Off-Road ResQ Trailer!
WALLOON LAKE, MI
An Ontario man was seriously injured in an all terrain vehicle accident
on a trail in Charlevoix County yesterday. The Charlevoix County Sheriff's Office identified the man as Maurice Labelle,
56, of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Labelle was transported to the Northern Michigan Regional Hospital where he was listed
in fair condition Thursday.
said Labelle was riding a 4-wheeler on a trail that runs east of Chandler Hill Road in Chandler Township at 2:15 p.m. Wednesday,
when he hit a deep rut in the trail, was thrown from the vehicle, which then ran over him. Labelle sustained serious
abdominal injuries, but, fortunately he was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.
Fire - Rescue personnel from Melrose Township and
Boyne Valley Township used Boyne Valley's new ATV and 'All Terrain Res-Q Trailer' to
transport Labelle from out of the wooded area where the accident took place. Once at the road, Labelle was transported
to the hospital by ambulance to NMRH in Petoskey.
Army's Ft. Knox Fire & Emergency
Services actively trains with their two
Off-Road ResQ Trailers in the woods of Ft. Knox,
Kentucky. With hundreds of miles of wooded trails on this
major US Army training base, Ft. Knox rescue personnel no longer have to pack them out on foot!
ResQ Trailers save lives and rescuer's backs!
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