In this incident, on March 8, 2022, a semi-truck and trailer went into the ditch at a curve and needed semi-truck recovery. The accident caused the truck and trailer to tip against the embankment. The trailer also carried a full load of potatoes, so the vehicle and the cargo trailer needed an emergency tow to get back onto the road.
In this incident, on April 15, 2022, a Mercedes Benz drove too fast when it came to a curve in the road, lost control and smashed through a fence and into someone’s yard. Team Pro-Tow responded to a dispatch to recover the vehicle from the residential yard. We brought the necessary rigging and crane lift for the job and then set out.
In this incident, on January 10, 2022, a sizeable semi-car hauler carrying a load of vehicles had a severe collision with a passenger vehicle. Team Pro-Tow received the call to help with the heavy truck accident recovery. We selected the necessary equipment for the heavy truck towing and headed out to the scene.
In this incident, on January 10, 2022, Team Pro-Tow responded to a call to fish a Mercedes SUV out of a steep embankment. The vehicle had flown over the concrete guardrail on I-90 in Issaquah, WA, prior and required accident recovery.
In this incident, on February 28, 2022, flooded road conditions caused a Ford Explorer to become submerged in the ditch beside the road. Luckily for the driver, Team Pro-Tow came more than prepared to help with the vehicle recovery service.
In this incident, on April 30, 2021, Team Pro-Tow received an emergency dispatch from Washington State Police about a collision involving a Ford F-250 pickup stuck in the ditch. With little other information provided, we responded with a Class E flatbed truck and set out.
In this incident, on January 12, 2022, Team Pro-Tow was called in to help with a tipped-over worksite trailer. While on route, the trailer disconnected from the tractor and semi-truck pulling it and then tipped over on the road in Spokane.
On January 2, 2020, we got a call about a load of potatoes that had spilled into a ditch. The initial report stated that around 5,000 to 10,000 pounds of potatoes needed recovery. But, after the cargo manifest, we learned it was 19,420 pounds! So, we requested some images to help form a recovery plan, including what equipment to bring.