Donated crash vehicle with Vancouver Fire & Rescue Services ‘dummy’ driving…before we added some ‘crash’ reality.
Donated crash vehicle after the addition of some reality-based crash damage. Backseat passenger is volunteer crash victim, Vice Principal Greg Mar of Point Grey Secondary.
Vancouver Fire & Rescue Services begin assessing the scene.
Vehicle is secured, fire fighter climbs in to secure neck of ‘victim’ Mr. Mar while another assesses his injuries from the window. BC Ambulance Service arrives on scene.
Using the ‘jaws of life’ to cut off the door.
The damaged door is completely removed to allow easier access to the ‘dummy’ driver victim.
BC Ambulance Service paramedics & Vancouver Fire & Rescue Services fire fighters working as a team to carefully extract the ‘injured’ victim.
‘Victim’ is safely secured on the stretcher and ready for transport. 2nd victim ‘dummy’ driver is covered with blanket to prevent further injury before extrication.
The roof has been removed to gain better access to the seriously injured ‘dummy’ driver. Fire fighters work on cutting the door away from the badly injured ‘dummy’ driver.
Many thanks to the Vancouver Fire & Rescue Services team from Engine 22.
Thanks also to the BC Ambulance Service paramedics and supervisor for participating in the Nov. 21st event.
We were happy to have Young Drivers of Canada represented by BC Regional Director, Kelly Calar and Instructor, Breanna Carey.
Acting Deputy Mayor Vancouver Councillor Adriane Carr watches the scene unfold as Vancouver Fire & Rescue Services Capt. Gabe Roder explains what’s happening and why.
Acting Deputy Mayor Vancouver Councillor Adriane Carr presenting Karen Bowman, Founder, Drop It And Drive with the proclamation. Left to Right: Capt. Gabe Roder, Karen Bowman, Councillor Adriane Carr, retired Capt. Tim Baillie.