Monthly Archives: June 2011

How to Haul a Victim in Half the Time: Part 2

Well, maybe not half the time, but certainly some fraction of the time. In How to Haul a Victim in Half the Time: Part 1, we covered ways to reduce the time needed to haul a rescue package by taking … Continue reading

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Roco Teams Up with BEST in Southeast Texas

Roco Rescue, Inc. and the Beaumont Emergency Services Training Complex (BEST Complex) have announced a partnership to deliver more options in rescue training for fire departments and industry. In addition to open-enrollment rescue training, Roco’s private courses will also be … Continue reading

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Manhole Rescue Effort Ends in 2 Deaths

Authorities are investigating the suffocation of two North Carolina workers in a water system manhole—one of whom apparently died trying to rescue the other. The victims were employees of Triangle Grading and Paving Inc., a Burlington NC-based utility contractor that … Continue reading

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New Rating System

Hello Roco Rescue Online Readers! We have added a rating system on the top of our blog posts in hopes to find out what content you like most. Please use the 5 star rating system to rate the blogs from … Continue reading

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A stingray, my teenager and special care from the Fort Morgan VFD

So many communities and sleepy villages across America rely on their local volunteer fire departments for first responding. It is a critical service that saves lives, and a lot of pain in the world. In my case, the Fort Morgan … Continue reading

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Roco Instructor receives US Marshals Officer of the Year Award

Cop receives national award from U.S. Marshals for response to August shooting. We are very proud to announce that Roco Chief Instructor Terry Addison was awarded “Law Enforcement Officer of the Year” from the US Marshals Service last week in … Continue reading

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