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On-call Rescue Company Practices Vehicle Extraction

by Mark Dellicker
April 5, 2018

Hometown Automotive (http://hometownautomotive.net/) once again donated cars and the use of their propertry to allow Holliston's On-call Rescue Company to practice extracting car crash victims safely and quickly using all the tools at their disposal, including Jaws of Life powered by either gasoline or battery.

The Company includes Capt. Tim Costello, Lt. Rich Rossini, Training officer Rooster Coughlin , F.F. Tom Lamont ,F.F. Matt Dellicker, F.F. Joe Cummings , F.F. Gregg Lewis members of the Holliston Rescue Company. F.F. Valosan Engine 2.

The pictures replicate different motor vehicle crashes and the Rescue Company takes each situation and stabilizes the vehicles and strategically  dismantles each vehicle to gain access to the occupants.

Michael Ibrahim, owner of Hometown Automotive, proivides the donor cars for the practice and hauls away the remains at no charge to the town. Mike is a townie and likes to help out whenever he can.

For more information on the services provided see HollistonReporter.com article (http://hollistonreporter.com/article/13592/hometown-auto-has-served-holliston-for-the-last-12-years.html  ) or visit their website (http://hometownautomotive.net/)

 

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