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    Looking for some good Extrication Scenarios for class this weekend anyone got any good ideas. what kind of extrication is hard for your dept.

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    something that will push there skills.

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    Have them use tools for different purposes. Just saying "no cutter or spreader" will throw a lot of people off their game.

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    lay one on its side in about 16 (make that 24)inches of muddy cold water.
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    I can suggest two "simple" scenarios for an instructor to set up but ones that are very "challenging" for the participants;

    1) Total Roof Removal of a Roof-resting Vehicle

    2) Jacking & Shoring of a Side-resting Vehicle; 8 inches off the ground as if a patient were trapped beneath the front door of the vehicle
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    See "How to" below,adjust accordingly to be a side rest or inverted. Should make an interesting starting point.

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    Cool Scenarios

    An under-ride scenario involving a Tractor Trailer and medium-sized vehicle makes for some interesting discussions.

    Extrication on a "K Rail" that is upside down... Vehicle on top of another vehicle without hydraulic tools makes for some interesting thinking...
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