Todd, I know its been a while sense I talked to you last. I want to ask you if you have any extrication material on Big Rigs. We recently had a log truck crash (not that hasn't happened before) at another agency. they would like me to cover some big rig type extrication. I have no problem doing that, but I do lack material for the class. I have some scene of the accident type stuff but it doesn't really cover types of materials used in tractors or log trucks. And also maybe some techniques not otherwise used on cars and pick-ups. Using our local wreckers is a must. is there anyway you could help me out with this. I just cant find alot of material out there. Thanks
Thanks Todd for the shirt, I just got it today. I haven't been here for a while and I was surprised when I saw the package in the mail. Sorry for not getting back to you by E-mail, I didn't read back in the writing to find your E-mail, and I was trying to figure out how I was going to get it. Anyway i was just talking to my Training Chief and he informed me that the guy that I wanted to send to your class is now able to go. I guess there was more room so he was able to sqeeze in. Thanks for that too. I know he will enjoy it and learn a lot. And thanks again for the shirt I will wear it with pride. Take care
Hey Todd how are you. I have one person to send to your crunch time class, and my chief did send it the following Monday. I guess you were right about how fast the class fills up, he made it to #12 on the waiting list, at least that was what I was told. Well i hope everything is going good up there and be safe
Thanks Todd for the info on the up coming 2009 crunch time. I will plan on getting a couple of people your way from Scappoose fire. I see now that the class is 2 days, and a t-shirt too boot? Man I didn't get a t-shirt. (ha ha)
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