Towing Company Called for Dropped Trailer Recovery After Milk Tanker Trailer Sinks Through Asphalt
There is no need to cry over spilled milk when you have a professional towing crew arrive for dropped trailer recovery! A Paddack’s Wrecker customer discovered this when he recently called for help after his milk tanker sank through the asphalt. The Paddack’s crew quickly made their way to the scene in Peru, IN to clean up the mess.
Thankfully, no milk was spilled, but the tanker was stuck and was tipped over to its side and onto another trailer. The Paddack’s team noticed that this led to a bit of damage to the tanker. They were adamant about having the recovery go as smoothly as possible so as to not create any further damage on the trailer
With their skill and expertise, and using a 50 ton rotator and a 75 ton rotator, the pros uprighted the trailer, placed the road tractor underneath it, and transported it back to its facility. The entire dropped trailer recovery took them only 1.5 hours and not a drop of milk was spilled in the process. Great job to the Paddack’s Wrecker team on another job well done!
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Paddack’s Wrecker Service was recently called by a customer for dropped trailer recovery in Peru, IN. The customer called the Paddack’s crew for dropped trailer recovery after his milk tanker sunk through asphalt. The sinking of his tanker led to it being tipped over onto its side and onto another trailer. There was a bit of damage to the tanker from the rollover onto the other trailer.
The customer realized he needed the help of experts and called the Paddack’s team for professional dropped trailer recovery. The dropped trailer recovery team of 2 made their way to the location which was a truck stop in Peru, IN. They brought a 50 ton rotator and a 75 ton rotator to complete the dropped trailer recovery.
Once the dropped trailer recovery team arrived at the scene, they secured the area and got to work. To start the dropped trailer recovery, they rigged the 50 ton rotator on the back of the trailer and went around the downside with straps over the top. On the high side, they placed a catch line on the trailer wheel.
On the 75 ton rotator, the dropped trailer recovery team went over the top of the downside and hooked it with straps. They had the catch line coming over the high side with straps. From there, both rotators worked together to upright the tank and bring it back to its wheels.
Once it was upright, the dropped trailer recovery crew lifted the front of the tanker up and put the road tractor underneath it. The truck company took it back to the facility to offload. The entire dropped trailer recovery took the Paddack’s heavy duty recovery team 1.5 hours.