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HA! i TOLD YA THE COT MIGHT COME IN HANDY. I SUGGEST THIS FOR A FEW REASONS. 1) EASY TO CARE ALL YOUR STUFF TO THE HOT ZONE. 2) EASY TO MOVE WITH THE WHEELS 3) IT IS HANDY IF ONE OF THE ENTRY GOES DOWN THE COT IS ALREADY IN THE HOT ZONE. MOST OF THE TIME THE TEAM MEMBER CAN MEET THE BACK UP TEAM WITH THE DOWNED MEMBER ALREADY ON THE COT. I KNOW SOME MAY ASK ; WHAT ABOUT CONTAMINATION OF THE COT? MY ANSWER IS YUP IS GETS CONTAMINATED !

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Comment by Todd McKee on July 1, 2011 at 10:52am
Hey Brother!  I got your  reply, I myself  use the HazMAt skid works  great.  The department  was using two wheeled carts to carry items in and out of the zones. They didn't have a skid so I came up with this idea until they could get funds for purchase. We had to leave the mattress on because there were to many items that the suit  could have tore the suit.  Thanks a ton  for the comment!  KEEP up the good STUFF! Todd

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