ATV Rescue Trailer
  TV Interview

CROSS LANES, W.Va (WSAZ) - A local fire department has new tools to rescue people injured in ATV accidents.

Firefighters say getting to a patient is crucial but a rescue can sometime take hours and use a lot of man power but now the Tyler Mountain Volunteer Fire Department has a new tool to help them in this dangerous rescue.

It's an all terrain rescue trailer which can go anywhere an ATV can go and now the patient can get help quicker. The rescue trailer also has plenty of medical equipment that can be used to treat any injuries the victim may have.


WSAZ's  Kallie Cart is not a stranger at station 23 her father is Firefighter Tim Cart "retired" and she lived above the fire station.