Low Angle Rescue Techniques Class
Senior Firefighter, EMT Bret Snow recently conducted a class on low angle rescue techniques.
Low angle rescue is considered to be terrain that has a slope angle
from 15 to 35 degrees. The condition of the terrain will determine the need for and
the amount of rope support required. Examples of low angle locations
include over-the-bank situations where a car has left a roadway and descended an adjacent slope.
Instructor Bret Snow
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