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Roll Over In The Woods.


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12-24-06

Received a call from Mass State Police to respond to 140N, 1 mile before Braley Rd on the sharp curve for a Lincoln that rolled over numerous times and ended up down in a deep ditch behind some large trees. We first responded with a HD ramp and realized that large trees would had to have been cut down in order to get the vehicle out. We then called for the rotator, strapped the car, picked it up between the large trees, spun it around, and then swung it out and deposited it on the highspeed break-down lane. We then moved the rotator and the ramp truck backed up and sucked it on, the vehicle was then transported to our Freetown location.

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Wade 200 said:
If a car rolls over in the woods and nobody heard it, did it make a noise?
JK, Nice job.
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Daniel Wade
 
BigWheelRecovery tubeplatinum.gif said:
Dan just the insurance company. BOB
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