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He did not know he could not fly, so he did.
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That is scary.
like rescue workers using cutting tools didn't have to worry about gas with overhead cams and the like?
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My question is:
When would a rescue worker need to extract an occupant from the engine bay?Why would there be a threat, if all the dangerous elements are in the engine bay, not in the passenger compartment?
Or did I miss something?
I'm sorry. Is my bias showing?
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Q. 1 - No, not usuallyOriginally posted by mendelman
Q. 2 - There should not be, If the scene is managed correctly with good SOP
that why you might see both an engine and a rescue
Q. 3 - you did not
If I remember my training
Based on the article, high voltage cables are in the doors so they typically cut the roof off. Seems to me that makes a car rolled onto its roof difficult to cut open.Originally posted by mendelman