recovery vehicle


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recovery vehicle

In combat search and rescue, the vehicle (aircraft, maritime, or land), on which isolated personnel are boarded and transported from the pickup site.
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"@BTP and engineers are on site and a recovery vehicle is on route to remove the vehicle.
At around midday, the large recovery vehicle arrived.
A video footage that went viral on social media showed that the road was crowded and all vehicles reduced speed, when suddenly a recovery vehicle with a car onboard rammed into another recovery vehicle ahead.
A passenger in the recovery vehicle, a woman in her 20s, sustained significant injuries and was treated at University Hospital in Coventry.
When they went to collect the car, it had gone - and when the police checked an ANPR camera they saw the Astra being carried on the rear of a recovery vehicle registered to Woodward.
Sutil's car was still being removed from the area when Bianchi reached the scene of the accident and he hit the recovery vehicle, with the race being red-flagged shortly afterwards on lap 46.
Stewart Edward, 30, stopped it crushing a recovery vehicle driver until fire crews arrived to complete the rescue.
Diversions were put in place and a recovery vehicle was at the scene at 5.50pm.
Keith Holland, VT Critical Services Technical Director, says the Commander Pioneer is the largest recovery vehicle ever purchased for the fleet, adding that the group already operates Dyson vehicles with other customers.
The impact completely destroyed the cab of the recovery vehicle and left debris strewn across the carriageway.
Welcome Inn Community Centre, Food Recovery Vehicle. $35,000
It's hard to keep track of what the best recovery vehicle is if you take advantage of all these new things."