Dump Truck Recovery for Fallen Truck at Indianapolis Rock Quarry
There are many different reasons why a truck driver may call for dump truck recovery. In this case, a dump truck driver needed assistance after the embankment he was working on gave way. Paddack’s Wrecker learned that the driver was dumping a load at an Indianapolis rock quarry, when the ground gave way and caused the truck to slide down toward the water.
Thankfully, the dump truck did not make it into the water. However, he needed the help of a professional dump truck recovery crew in order to get his truck out of the quarry. The Paddack’s heavy towing team was happy to help.
Upon arriving at the scene, the Paddack’s team of 4 assessed the situation and spoke with the customer. The dump truck driver requested that the recovery team do their best to not cause any more damage to the dump truck and the embankment. This was a challenge that the Paddack’s crew was more than happy to take on!
The professional team expertly winched and hooked up the truck, and they were able to pull it out of the embankment without any further damage to the truck and the environment. All of this was done in just 2 hours! Needless to say, the customer was extremely pleased and impressed.
Kudos to Paddack’s Wrecker on a job well done! Keep up the great work out there, team!
Details of Dump Truck Recovery for Fallen Truck at Indianapolis Rock Quarry
Paddack’s Wrecker recently helped a customer with a dump truck recovery at a rock quarry in Indianapolis. The Paddack’s dispatcher learned from the customer that his truck was dumping a load when the embankment gave way. The truck slid down and he needed a dump truck recovery crew to help.
The dump truck recovery crew at Paddack’s sent over 4 team members along with two rotators– a 50 ton and a 75 ton. Upon arriving at the scene, the Paddack’s team assessed the situation before beginning the dump truck recovery.
The truck was half-loaded, stuck in the dirt, and unable to move. The dump truck recovery team spoke with the customer and he requested that they handle the dump truck recovery without doing any further damage to the truck. He also did not want the embankment to be touched.
The team started the dump truck recovery by winching the truck on each side between wreckers. They then ran multiple parts of the line down to each side of the truck and hooked it to it. Two Paddack’s operators worked together to winch up the embankment, and as it came up, they adjusted the booms to be able to lift vertically on the truck.
To finish the dump truck recovery, they used drag winches to pull the truck towards them and winched it in between two wreckers. The entire dump truck recovery took 2 hours and thankfully, there was no extra damage done to the truck.