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    Default Wow- A real rescue using a ladder gin...

    A rare see. You train on it multiple times and here is a rescue using a ladder gin. Impressive...



    The stroy- www.sbcfire.org/muscoy_trench.asp

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    Cool. I'm gonna have to forward that story on to some of our rescue guys.

    I personally haven't had my tech rescue training yet, but I have heard of using a setup like this but had never actually seen it done until now.

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    We use a modified ladder gin fairly frequently for swift water rescue. I say modified because we don't use it for a high point we lower it to a horizontal postion and use it like a drawbridge to reach a stable victim stuck on a log or rock.

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