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Jaws of Life

Andrew Moschetti of Boulder’s Emergency Squad beside “jaws of life” and accompanying generator that were donated to the Cruz Roja (the Red Cross) in Mante, Mexico.

On Jan. 19, the Boulder Emergency Squad donated a “jaws of life” and accompanying generator to the Boulder-Mante Sister City Committee.  In turn, the Sister City Committee arranged for shipment of the equipment to Cruz Roja (the Red Cross) in Mante, Mexico.

Representing the Boulder Emergency Squad in the picture is Andrew Moschetti.

The jaws of life is an hydraulic rescue tool used by emergency rescue personnel to assist vehicle extrication of crash victims as well as other rescues from other small spaces.

According to Erick Diaz, this tool will be of great value to the Red Cross in Mante, which responds to emergencies beyond the city limits of Mante where the fire department does not go.

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