Monday, November 14th, at 10:32 PM (MST) we received a request in our web-app from Colorado submitted by Scott Porteus, a hunter that had a damaged truck and was stuck in some pretty deep snow.
On Friday at 7:23 PM (CST), we received a request for a recovery from Montana. Jake O’Donnell was out snow wheeling and when trying to come back he got stuck. The information he submitted was:
The ticket we received read: “Waited until daylight to Walk to get reception , car is slate color BMW 3 2018 series too much snow around to drive it . It’s a rental . Began
4:33 pm (PST), on Monday the 16th, we received a text message in our emergency number from Be Alexander who got stuck in the snow, high centered a few feet from a clear gravel road.
Sunday, 8th of May, at 11:03 pm (PST), we received a recovery request from Mt. Hood, where Vitaliy Prozapas got high center on NF2660 a few hundred yards from Hwy 26. We work on checking
Friday 29th of April, at 5:28 pm (PST), we received a recovery request from Michigan submitted by Kenneth Vincent. His note read: “Toyota FJ Cruiser, Toyota Tundra, stuck on a snowmobile trail 2 miles east
Monday, 25th, at 6:22 pm (PST), we received a recovery request from Washington, where Ryan Johnson got stuck while exploring on his Pathfinder 4×4. He was high centered on snow. We contacted Ryan, checked all
Saturday, at around 12:15 pm (PST), we received a recovery request from Montana, where Mitchell Dickinson while driving his Nissan Xterra got high centered in snow. We didn’t have a lot of volunteers in this
Friday, April 8th, at 12:40 pm, we received a recovery request from the south of Oregon, where Blake Gillespie got stuck while driving his Ford F-250 4×4. The condition of the road was icy snow
Friday around 9:00 pm (PST) we received a request for a recovery in Eastern Idaho, very close to the border with Wyoming. After verifying the information with Jesse Schmitt, the requester, we immediately started to