Box Truck Towing for Truck Stuck in Muddy Ground Near Raging Creek
Priority Towing recently received a call from a customer regarding box truck towing. The crew embarked on a mission that would leave even the most seasoned tow truck driver quaking in their boots.
It all began when they were contacted by a stranded customer in Glencoe, MD, whose box truck had been stuck off the road for a grueling 8 days. Other tow companies had attempted to come to the rescue but had thrown in the towel, leaving the customer feeling helpless and alone.
That’s where Priority Towing stepped in. They refused to abandon the customer in their hour of need and dispatched a team armed with not one, but two heavy wreckers. As they arrived at the box truck towing scene, they were faced with a daunting challenge – the truck was stranded 700 feet off the road, dangerously close to a raging creek. The brave team did not let this deter them.
With nerves of steel and expert precision, one wrecker made its way down the treacherous dirt road to reach the customer’s stranded truck. Using their extensive recovery experience, the team skillfully used both recovery lines and several snatch blocks to carefully pull the casualty away from the edge of a terrifying 20-foot drop to the creek.
With this mission accomplished, the team was ready for the next phase – attempting to drive the truck out. But the treacherous mud and wet road made it impossible for the truck to budge. Priority Towing wasn’t about to give up though! The other heavy truck on scene came to the rescue, pulling out the other wrecker and freeing the customer’s truck from its muddy trap.
Big thanks to the heroic efforts of Priority Towing, the heavy towing experts, who never back down from a challenge and refuse to leave our customer high and dry.
Details of Box Truck Towing for Truck Stuck in Muddy Ground Near Raging Creek
Priority Towing recently helped a customer with box truck towing at Glencoe, MD. The box truck towing team was dispatched to perform a recovery that was off the road approximately 700 feet and near a creek. The box truck towing crew brought with them 2 heavy wreckers.
The truck had apparently gotten stuck on Super Bowl Sunday while it was raining, which was 8 days before the box truck towing team arrived. Other tow companies had come out and assessed the situation and left but when the box truck towing crew from Priority Towing arrived they knew they would get the job done.
One wrecker backed down the dirt road where the customer’s truck was located. The box truck towing team then used recovery experience to pull them safely to the casualty. At this point, the box truck towing team used both recovery lines and several snatch blocks to pull the casualty away from the edge of the 20-foot drop to the creek and pulled it forward.
Once this was complete, the box truck towing crew was able to begin an attempt to drive out the dirt road. However, it was stuck due to the mud and wet road. The other heavy truck on the scene was then able to pull the other wrecker out and the box truck towing crew was able to pull out the customer’s truck to the roadway.