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Tow-truck drivers brave California's infamous Donner Pass in the Sierra Nevada mountains.

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aired 472 days ago
A late season storm has Becky of Dependable Towing rushing to the scene of a serious crash.
aired 472 days ago
A powerful storm slams Donner Summit; a spinoff endangers Brandon.
aired 472 days ago
A man steals a tow from a coworker; fireworks on Donner Pass.
aired 472 days ago
Heavy snows blanket Donner Summit; rescuing an SUV and driver from an icy lake.
aired 472 days ago
The violent weather and treacherous icy conditions wear on in Nevada.
aired 472 days ago
A fierce snowstorm blankets Donner Summit and the calls start pouring in.
aired 473 days ago
Edgar and Becky attempt to up-right a big rig and trailer; Running Bear gets stuck in the snow.
aired 473 days ago
When snow hits Donner Pass the towing action kicks into high gear.

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