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This class should be mandatory, whether you experience or not! You will learn (or review) basics, various extrication equipment, vehicle scenarios, alternative methods & much more at a comfortable pace. It does not hit you right away how much you learn or raise the level of extrication skills you may already have….then you look back on the day and go “WOW”! I appreciate the opportunity to have taken part in the valuable experience, Thank You.

Tony A. Brosco
SE Thurston Fire District #2





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I have to say that the class exceeded all my expectations. You and your team of instructors were exceptional. It's very clear to me that each of you have a passion for what you do and the desire to see your fellow brothers in the fire service successful in the area of vehicle extrication.

Thank you for instilling confidence in us and equipping us with tools to be able to approach, analyze, develop and execute a plan for a vehicle incident. I'm looking forward to sending down our second group for their class next week.

Michael Stewman
Captain, Rescue 2
Greater Prudhoe Bay Fire Dept.
BP Exploration Alaska, Inc.

"I have been a Fireman for 32 years, and I have never taken part in a class so well instructed, or organized. Every instructor was on the same page. That's a very rare accomplishment."

Lieutenant M. Anderson
City of Kirkland Fire Department

"PXT put on the best class I have had in 29 years of Fire Service.  It's a real hands-on, taught by true professionals, and not recommended for the faint of heart."

Dave Beisel, Ladder 1, Seattle Fire Department