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School Bus Extrication. School Bus Extrication. Thorough Size-Up Initiate ICS MCI Response Request additional resources Pumpers Ambulances Heavy rescue PIO School Rep. PD. Roof access. Seat level. Floor level. Battery Box. Types of Buses. Type A Type B Type C Type D

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    1. School Bus Extrication

    2. School Bus Extrication • Thorough Size-Up • Initiate ICS • MCI Response • Request additional resources • Pumpers • Ambulances • Heavy rescue • PIO • School Rep. • PD

    3. Roof access Seat level Floor level Battery Box

    4. Types of Buses • Type A • Type B • Type C • Type D • (90 percent are C & D) • Size • Weight • Capacity • Location of Front Exit • Additional exits • Engine Location

    5. Type A • Conversion body • Front section • Van type • Pick-up type • Gross weight rating of 10,000lbs or less • Capacity > 10

    6. Type B • Conversion body • Van chassis • 10,000lbs or more • Capacity > 10 • Engine beneath or behind windshield, next to drivers seat • Entrance behind front wheels

    7. Type C • Body installed on a flat back cowl chassis • 10,000lbs or more • Capacity > 10 • Engine in front of windshield • Entrance behind front wheels

    8. Type D • Body installed on chassis • 10,000lbs or more • Capacity > 10 • Engine • Behind windshield • Midship • Rear axle • Entrance is before front wheels

    9. Construction

    10. Yellow Tanks

    11. Rescue Corridor Enter Exit Establish a rescue corridor to maintain the one way flow of rescuer and victim removal and prevent congestion.

    12. Extrication

    13. Cribbing • Initial priority • Large amount of cribbing • Crib as you go • Rescue struts • Air bags • Wrecker • Do not flatten Tires!!!!!!!!!!!!

    14. Tools • Hydraulic rescue tools • Cribbing • Halligan • Pry bars • More cribbing • Air Chisels • Hand Tools • Reciprocating saws • Saw blades, • Axe • Drill • More saw blades • Circular Saw • Rescue Struts When using cordless tools, always have extra batteries and electric tools ready as a back-up.

    15. Bus Strength Weakest • Windows • Windshield • Doors • Bus Structure Itself Strongest

    16. Bus Strength Weakest • Windows • Windshield • Doors • Bus Structure Itself Strongest

    17. Seat Removal • Seats may be a main source of entanglement to victims.

    18. Seat Removal • Cut legs along aisle with cutters or reciprocating saw. • Cut as low as possible.

    19. Seat Removal • Remove seat from wall with spreaders.

    20. Window Removal • Easily removed. • Remove screws from side windows on the interior. • Remove post with reciprocating saw or hydraulic cutters. • Cover sharp edges. • Blanket • Duct Tape

    21. Windshield Removal

    22. Roof Removal • 2 layers of sheet metal to cut through • Reciprocating saw • Air chisel • Circular saw • Halligan

    23. Side Wall Removal • Remove side windows. • Disconnect batteries. • Reciprocating saw. • Look for coolant lines along floor for auxiliary heaters.

    24. Side Wall Removal

    25. Side Wall Removal

    26. Tail Light Door Cut • Greater access • Hydraulic cutters • Reciprocating saw

    27. Tail Light Door Cut • Remove glass. • Perform cuts; 1, 2, 3, & 4 with hydraulic cutters. • Perform 5th cut with reciprocating saw. 1 2 3 4 5

    28. Tail Light Door Cut 1 2 3 5 4

    29. Tail Light Door Cut

    30. Tail Light Door Cut

    31. Victim Removal thru Roof • Crib bus • Use existing openings • Use halligan to make holes for roof ladder

    32. Victim Removal thru Roof

    33. Victim Removal thru Roof

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