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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."

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Jamie is under pressure to cut costs and has a backlog of bills.
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Kevin's fascination with his new video camera begins to get in the way of his current job; two semis have a head-on collision.
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The crew has to pull a smashed SUV up a shear 400 meter cliff; Jamie offers stepson Brandon a chance to drive his own tow truck.
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Jamie's team recovers a semi that went over a cliff on Highway 3; attempting to get the Coq open.
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Jamie's competitor takes advantage when the Rotator goes into the shop.
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Jamie hires a new guy who ends up going AWOL.
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Jamie has second thoughts about bringing his son on board; Kevin arrives at a wreck without traffic-control gear.
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Even with three heavy rescue trucks, Davis' crew doesn't have enough equipment to handle a double trailer load of lumber that has flipped.
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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.

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