Live Rescue: Tangled Mess (Season 2) | A&E

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Firefighters arrive on the scene of a car accident in which a van was crumpled trapping the driver inside in this clip from “1.20.20”. #LiveRescue
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41 thoughts on “Live Rescue: Tangled Mess (Season 2) | A&E

  1. Someone once told me a long time ago when I was looking at cargo vans "If you buy an Astro don't be too attached to your left leg" I don't know if that was a comment on the lack of footwell space or the crumple zones now looking at this video!

  2. Obviously the van ran into a taller vehicle witch is always a big danger.. The bumper on the van didn't provide much help as the other vehicle came overtop of it and just mashed the driver..

  3. I swear, people can't drive in Cali, everybody sucks at driving there, but fr at the end of the day, people are just trying to get home to their families and to get to their beds safe and sound, nobody wants traffic

  4. This is my city. Feels good and proud to see love rescue team here. I work at McDonald’s and sadly have a lot of 911 calls and I always say hi to the firefighters when I see them and ask where the live rescue team is at. They never come tho cus I think they’re looking for more bigger scenes to record. I’m also wondering where everyone is from?

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