The patient ended up being OK, the DNBR (Department of Natural Brick Resources) had to come survey the road to make sure they could let drivers on the road without crashing. They determined the scene safe and all units were off scene within 4 hrs. of dispatch.
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The Octan Tanker.
The Tanker after it lost control and rolled.
New Rescue Engine 2 responding, carrying the Hazmat equipment from old Heavy Rescue 1.
Tanker 1 responding for wet-down if needed.
An overview of the scene before EMS arrives.
Firefighter James Sullivan putting foam on the truck. This was done strictly to prevent any dangerous incidents, neutralizing the gas enough for crews to get the driver out of the cab.
Firefighters use a utility ladder from RE2 to get on top of the truck to extricate.
Chief Amick pats FF Sullivan for the job well done with the foam.
FF's getting the driver out, no extrication was needed.
FF Sullivan supervises as the patient is loaded on a backboard.