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Childs arm trapped in revolving door
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Dispatched to an incident involving a child's arm trapped in a revolving door. There are two different pictures from totally different incidents to show a close up of the entrapment. Child says he…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by BRENT WEIR Jun 24, 2014.

 

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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #59 (TAKE THE SEAT)

There are a lot of way to make access and free up occupyable space on the entrapment scene. One of my favorites (especially for under-rides or heavy front end entrapments) is to facilitate front seat reclining. However, remember to attempt to move the seat/recline it prior to cutting or securing the vehicles battery. This has…See More
Apr 13
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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #58 (A DASH LIFT WITH NO RELIEF CUTS?)

Hopefully if you are into vehicle extrication, you study vehicle anatomy enough to understand the mechanics behind each procedure you do. Why does a dash lift when you vertically spread the A post? Why on heavy damage/intrusions does the “A-Plan” dash lift not consistently work? As I have said before, just knowing the steps to perform an extrication plan are not enough. What if said you could complete a dash displacement without any relief cuts and leaving the front door still on? How many…See More
Nov 15, 2016
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REALITY BASED EXTRICATION: A REAL WORLD FOCUS

As we pulled out of the firehouse at 0300 hours, the dispatcher informed responding units that they were receiving numerous calls for a serious motor vehicle crash with multiple patients trapped. I relayed the information to the backseat to notify them that we would be going to work. From that point, each member begins to dig…See More
Sep 14, 2016
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Extrication "QUICK TIP" #57 (DOES SIZE MATTER?)

When it comes to extrication tools, everyone has their personal preferences. Having the opportunity to travel the country teaching, I have had the opportunity to use most the tools out there at one time or another. This weeks “Quick Tip” will cover my personal opinion on the controversial topic of tool sizes/weights. You will get…See More
Aug 17, 2016
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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #56 (CLEAN vs. DIRTY RESCUE)

We all understand that the extrication of trapped patients from serious vehicle accidents can take time. Commonly, there is confusion about the best rescue method for a particular patient. We all know that each incident will vary depending on the level of entrapment and the more importantly the patient’s condition. Many…See More
May 5, 2016
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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #55 (THE HINGE DEBATE)

The age old question...CUT OR SPREAD HINGES? Although we have covered this briefly in the past, I believe a deeper explanation is warranted. When teaching nationally, I commonly ask student if they prefer to cut or spread hinges. Many students say they prefer to spread hinges, while the others prefer to cut. My belief is that…See More
Apr 28, 2016
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Mar 8, 2016
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REAL WORLD, STREET SMART EXTRICATION FDIC 2016 Instructor Lineup

Glad I had the opportunity to put together an incredible team for Real World, Street Smart Extrication @ FDIC 2016 (April 18 & 19).If you have been to any of my programs you know up front this HOT will be no nonsense.So here is the run down...Isaac Frazier St. Johns County FL Squad 4 (Tactical Advantage &…See More
Feb 23, 2016
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Extrication "Quick Tip" #53 (THE 3RD DOOR)

Many rescuers have heard, seen, or used what is commonly known as a 3rd door conversion. The 3rd door conversion gains much needed access to rear occupants of a 2 door vehicle. This method can be completed quickly. The yellow lines show notches or cuts via the cutter or sawzall. If the cuts are done well, little to no sawzall work…See More
Feb 22, 2016
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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #52 (EXTRICATION CHALLENGE)

This week’s “Quick Tip” is simple…GET TO AN EXTRICATION CHALLENGE!A couple months ago, I had the opportunity to a…See More
Feb 2, 2016
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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #51 (Compressed Natural Gas-CNG)

Compressed Natural Gas, with a name like that, it has to be bad. Right? I was recently asked to provide some information on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) transport vehicles. Now remember, LNG differs from CNG in that it is super-cooled and compressed so that its storage is in a liquid form, which allows for a denser on-board…See More
Jan 29, 2016
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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #50 (NEVER SAY NEVER!)

IN EXTRICATION, NEVER SAY NEVERThis morning while working on the 50th installment of the "Quick Tip" series, I must say that I am impressed by the changes vehicle extrication has encountered over the years. On the street, new methods are being tested and put through the paces by firefighters daily. The vehicles, equipment, methods and even the patients injuries are constantly changing. In all reality the only consistency in this career is change, so get used to it.While teaching I often run…See More
Jan 14, 2016
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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #49 (DON'T CUT THE POWER!)

Disabling vehicle power (battery) is common practice when arriving at almost any auto accident. Cutting the vehicles battery is the first thing shouted with authority, when asked about procedures of first arriving units. However, what if it’s not always the best thing to do?   I am not questioning IF a vehicle should be…See More
Jan 4, 2016
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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #48 (SAWZALL VS BORON-OH NO!)

When it comes to vehicle rescue, you will find one tool on my extrication tarp without fail. Take a guess....You got it, a sawzall. Investing in good quality sawzalls and blades cannot be stressed enough. A good quality sawzall/blade combo is worth its weight in gold on an entrapment scene. For example, let’s say that your…See More
Nov 10, 2015

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Lives in:
Jacksonville Beach FL
Department:
SJCFR & Tactical Advantage Training
Title/rank:
Special Operations Captain
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Owner of Tactical Advantage Training. FL USAR Ops/Tech (VMR, trench, confined, structural, rope, large animal rescue), SJFR Special Operations Team, Paramedic, Hazardous Materials Technician, National Fire Officer 1, FL State Instructor, Vehicle Rescue Instructor, Diver.
Topics you provide training for:
Various lectures and topics, primary is Vehicle Extrication (Tactical Extrication), hybrid/new vehicles, under-rides/big rig tactics, and search techniques.
Web site:
http://traintacticaladvantage.com

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EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #59 (TAKE THE SEAT)

There are a lot of way to make access and free up occupyable space on the entrapment scene. One of my favorites (especially for under-rides or heavy front end entrapments) is to facilitate front seat reclining. However, remember to attempt to move…

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Posted on April 13, 2017 at 9:23am

EXTRICATION "QUICK TIP" #58 (A DASH LIFT WITH NO RELIEF CUTS?)

Hopefully if you are into vehicle extrication, you study vehicle anatomy enough to understand the mechanics behind each procedure you do. Why does a dash lift when you vertically spread the A post? Why on heavy damage/intrusions does the “A-Plan” dash lift not consistently work? As I have said before, just knowing the steps to perform an extrication plan are not enough. What if said you could complete a dash displacement without any…

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Posted on November 15, 2016 at 8:30am

STREET SMART EXTRICATION FDIC 2017

Posted on October 28, 2016 at 2:42pm

Street Smart Extrication HOT FDIC 2017

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Posted on October 28, 2016 at 2:41pm

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At 7:18pm on April 16, 2014, DALE G. PEKEL said…

Hello Isaac,

Thanks for the invite brother - All the best to you and your Department!

Dale

 
 
 

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