Dylan goes waist-deep to fish a truck out of a lake. It all ends with a surprise when Mark invites the guys to see the Coquihalla, and the majestic mountains surrounding it, from an angle they've never experienced: from mid-air in a helicopter. Jamie and Brandon take a well-deserved break from clearing wrecks on the highway to compete in a car race on a frozen lake. Jason and Merv tangle with a loaded semi in the snow-filled Valley but later Merv gets to have some fun on the Coquihalla. Al runs into trouble on a steep and twisting logging road.
Wish the new season 6 was airing in the U. He considers Jamie to be his adopted father. In between highlight clips, showing some of the best and worst times they had the over the season's eight gripping episodes, the guys talk about their toughest wrecks, worst injuries, stormiest weather, tense moments on the team, and why they stick it out despite it all. A semi plows off a bridge, stranding holiday travelers, and a remote logging road job forces Ken to relive his close call from last year. But the busy winter season is here and the custom-built wrecker still hasn't been delivered.
Jamie's team is called out to recover a semi that went over the cliff on rural Highway 3. Al and Gord try to get a handle on a 30-ton cement drum. It's either postponed,cancelled or just not going to be shown in the United States. The rotator can o the work of two or three trucks. Get the new season in production and on the air in the U. Best I e ever seen! Howie leads a team on a dangerous recovery that sparks an unexpected emotional reaction.
I have seen the re-runs so many times before there is no intrigue. Al and Gord race to rescue a teetering semi during the morning rush on Hwy 1. While Kevin captures the action on tape, Samy does most of the heavy lifting and dismantling of the burnt wreck, earning him a large bottle of scotch and Jamie's praise, even when he removed the barrel that could have been used to contain an oil leak, which heaped pressure to do a 2-hour salvage operation in just 20-minutes just to open the highway. In northern Alberta, the Rotator faces its first real test as the crew works to prove they can handle the heavy industrial wrecks and extreme weather. Well keep up the good work and stay safe. And rookie operator, Colin, learns just how tough his new boss Adam can be… when a seemingly simple job goes sideways. Adam comes close to quitting, but then backs off when Jamie makes him a promise.
Rob's promotion to lead flagger is short-lived when police revoke his license for speeding. He says he is cutting back on his load. Bruce gets into a fight that lands him in the hospital. Lone wolf Al Quiring is a tough as nails wrecker and Jamie's main rival, and despite living on the edge of , is willing to travel long distances to poach work from Jamie's crew. Then his right hand man Kevin shows up to a wreck without the gear he needs to control traffic.
Jamie takes his Python wrecker off-road to rescue a propane truck, while Al Quiring has to save a snowplow hit by a semi on the Coquihalla. To make matters worse, Adam and Hugo must team up with Al and his new driver, Gord, to free up traffic after a multi-truck accident blocked the Coq, as well as racing against each other to get the better cut of the earnings. That night on the Coquihalla, Gazzola is first on site to a grocery truck fully engulfed in flames. Share I enjoy the show for the same reasons already stated. Oct 6, 2015 6 Ice Storm Oct 13, 2015 7 You Can't Argue with Gravity Oct 20, 2015 8 My Purpose is to Protect Oct 27, 2015 9 A Moment's Notice Nov 3, 2015 10 Immovable Objects Nov 10, 2015 11 Nervous Wreck Nov 17, 2015 12 Rear View Nov 24, 2015 13 Fork in the Road Dec 1, 2015 Name Air Dates 1 New Hell, Old Hell Sep 2, 2014 2 New Hope Sep 9, 2014 3 Be Afraid Sep 16, 2014 4 No Way Out Sep 23, 2014 5 One Man, One Truck Sep 30, 2014 6 Back in the Saddle Oct 7, 2014 7 Red Hot Wrecks Oct 14, 2014 8 Uphill Battle Oct 21, 2014 9 Snowmageddon Oct 28, 2014 10 Prove Yourself Nov 4, 2014 11 Top Dog, Lone Wolf? A steep mountain road puts Ken on the edge. I question some of the reality presentations as to authenticity, but not this show. When Jamie confronts him, Kevin storms off the job.
Last year, Jamie ordered a state of the art heavy rescue truck called a Rotator. That night, Samy, who sleeps in Jamie's office during the week, reveals that his hard work is all for his beloved wife and three kids. With the Coq closed overnight, trucks are using the back roads to get through. Plow crews are barely able to keep up. Share Great show am from Elgin in Scotland love watching this type of program was a lorry driver myself until I found out I had a heart problem so due to having major heart surgery last year and related problems I no longer drive. Samy returns to Vancouver to visit his family while Kevin raises safety issues with Jamie. Less than 24 hours after Jamie ships the Rotator to Alberta.
Monkhouse then turns to the new guy - quiet, tattooed Lundin - testing him out on a tough tow lesson. A brutal, back road mission on a burned-out wreck. A half million dollar load becomes a balancing act. In the end of the winter season, Jamie has to be on call to deal with the wrecks alone. Jamie and Scott team up on a heavy roll over in the Fraser Canyon.
With his heavy wrecker in for repairs, Howie must use a few small trucks to try and tackle a very, very big job. A team of avalanche techs flies up the mountain in helicopters to drop concussion bombs and release the build-up, but bad weather hampers their first attempt. Jamie's eldest son, Brandon's first night on the job ended when he discovered a driver fatality crushed by the wheels. Next night, little Jamie Jr. It is un-scripted, and real in content.
Things for Al Quiring turn red hot when a trailer jammed with thousands of bottles of hot sauce is ripped open. I even got tears in my eyes. Why has Jamie sold the rotater and we're is sammy. Scott and Mike try to solve a roadside mystery on the Coq. When traffic starts backing up in high-risk avalanche zones, highway authorities decide to close the road in both directions.