Ice rescue drill, after cutting a hole in the ice to allow for water access, a quick safety briefing. Temp 24 degrees F, ice thickness approx 5"-6".
Member in our Gumby suit ready to enter the icy water to simulate a victim.
Our victim after his plunge into the hole in the ice. Toasty warm in the gumby suit, in the icy cold water.
Practicing removing our victim who fell through the ice. One rescuer with other members pulling them both out with a safety line.
Another squad member acting as a victim who fell through the ice.
Rescuer gaining access to victim to facilitate victim extrication.
water rescue drill on the Delaware River with 92-5 Marine 2 and MFD marine 92-1.
Swifter water practice with harness.
canoe flipped and swamped in river 2 victims.
swamped canoe recovered.
MFD Marine 92-1 assisting canoeist in distress.
Removing rear van door for patient access.
Using spreader to remove passenger side door to access, cut and remove 'B' post for patient access.
Patient under rolled over van.
Using air bags to lift van off patient. Applying struts and cribbing to stabilize lifted van to facilitate patient removal from under van.
Vehicle extrication demonstration
squad member waiting to extricate our "patient"
squad member using the "jaws of life"
Van versus tanker truck with hazardous material spill. Agencies involved are Holland township PD, Milford-Holland Rescue Squad, Holland Fire, Hunterdon County Hazmat Team, Bloomsbury Rescue Squad, Holland township CERT Team