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The men of the Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue company battle the treacherous Coquihalla Highway in British Columbia. Because it is one of the most economically important, most traveled trucking routes in North America, the crew must do whatever it takes to keep the road open. Truckers face steep hills, lethal drop-offs and major rockslides. The value of the cargo and the need for urgent delivery require the rescue crew to respond when truckers get into trouble. Owner Jamie handles the bills, the employees, keeping the clients happy, and the mighty "Rotator."

Latest episodes

aired 99 days ago
Howie leads a team on a dangerous recovery that sparks an unexpected emotional reaction.
aired 99 days ago
Jamie has second thoughts about bringing his son on board; Kevin arrives at a wreck without traffic-control gear.
aired 99 days ago
Jamie's team recovers a semi that went over a cliff on Highway 3; attempting to get the Coq open.
aired 190 days ago
Things turn red hot for Al Quiring when a trailer jammed with thousands of bottles of hot sauce is ripped open.
aired 197 days ago
Howie deals with a massive wreck that spills lumber across a busy highway; the Rotator faces a test as the crew tries to prove it can handle heavy industrial wrecks and extreme weather.
aired 197 days ago
A truck full of wine is split in half, and Howie must deal with it on his own; Al and Adam deal with wrecks.
aired 204 days ago
Two of Heavy Rescue's crew face a life-or-death situation on a remote logging road; Adam calls for reinforcements when he just can't budge a truck that's flipped over a bank.
aired 204 days ago
A close call on the highway shows Brandon that fear is his best friend when it comes to staying alive.
aired 211 days ago
Jamie hires a new driver who crashes Bruce's legendary blue truck; rookie operator Colin learns how tough his new boss Adam can be.
aired 211 days ago
Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue splits in two with Adam taking half the fleet to Alberta's rich oil fields and Jamie staying back to keep the Coq open.
aired 309 days ago
Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue's "A" team, Adam Gazzola and Kevin Ritchie, spends a busy morning clearing spun-out semis off the Coquihalla Highway; a multi vehicle pile-up closes both northbound lanes.
aired 323 days ago
Jamie and his crew wrestle to recover a trailer off a dangerous bridge; a multi-vehicle wreck turns deadly for a good Samaritan.
aired 323 days ago
Recovering a severely damaged trailer loaded with millions of plastic beads; spring rains cause rock slides on Highway 1; Jamie recovers a B-train loaded with lumber drives that has driven off a cliff.
aired 330 days ago
A semi hits a barrier, blocking the Coq's most important exit; Scott tells Jamie he's fed up with the truck he's been driving; a mysterious new driver starts work at the yard.
aired 330 days ago
The season's biggest storm is about to hit just as Jamie discovers that his licence has expired; the Rotator gets smashed; Jamie gets a call for a dream job.
aired 330 days ago
A local competitor challenges Jamie's status; a trailer full of cat food bursts into flames; Bruce has a fight and lands in the hospital.
aired 330 days ago
A trailer full of pharmaceuticals gets imbedded in a block of ice; a truckload of frozen chickens crashes into trees; Rob's promotion to lead flagger is short-lived.
aired 330 days ago
Adam faces a tough personal choice about his future in Heavy Rescue; Jamie finds himself in harm's way on one of the most technically difficult recoveries of the year and makes a bold gamble that impacts both his BC and Alberta operations.
aired 330 days ago
Phil and Wayne face big problems when they get their chance to run big wreckers; Al runs into trouble on a steep and twisting logging road.
aired 330 days ago
For the first time all season, Howie and Adam work on the same accident.
aired 330 days ago
The Alberta crew faces a complex recovery with a million-dollar truck; Jamie struggles with an unstable wreck; Colin is forced to go it alone after a freak snowstorm.

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