Extrication from cars during road traffic accidents
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Various safety systems are presented first and then we describe how different fuels affect the work of the emergency services. We later describe the road environment, equipment, organization of the work on scene, and extrication in accordance with various flowcharts. The book concludes with a section on various measures that ought to be taken after an operation.