PG Regional Highway Rescue | Dedicating our lives to saving yours.

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Hall Address

4055 15th Avenue
Prince George, BC
V2N 1A5

Phone: (250) 562-2501
Email: info@pgrhr.ca

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DEDICATING OUR LIVES

TO SAVING YOURS

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WE ARE

AUTO EXTRICATION

SPECIALISTS
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CONSTANT
TRAINING

ENSURES THE BEST
OUTCOMES
ARE PRODUCED

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OVER 15 TRAINED VOLUNTEERS

ON CALL 24 HOURS A DAY

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HEAVY
RESCUE

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The Desire to Serve – The Ability to Perform – The Courage to Act
Road Rescue

Road Rescue

Road Rescue Teams provide vehicle extrication, rope rescue and other specialized rescue services in response to motor vehicle accidents. Responders attend to out‐of‐jurisdiction motor vehicle accidents across the province. Road Rescue training may include … Read more…

Our Story

Our Story

Prince George Regional Highway Rescue Society (Formerly Fort George Highway Rescue Society) has been servicing the community since 1981.  The first 6 years of the Society were challenged at the best of times. We used hand tools and ingenuity.  Read more…

Our District

Our District

The Regional District of Fraser-Fort George (RDFFG) is a regional district located in the Central Interior of British Columbia. It is bounded by the Alberta border to the east, the Columbia-Shuswap and Thompson-Nicola Regional Districts to the south/southeast…Read more…

CONSTANT TRAINING TO ENSURE THE BEST OUTCOMES ARE PRODUCED

Prince George Regional Highway Rescue Society

 

We are a group of highly trained volunteers providing emergency auto extrication and auto fire suppression on the highways around the Prince George region.

Highway Rescue is a serious business and the membership trains weekly to ensure preparedness for when you or your family may be in need of their services.

Unlike other medical & rescue services, the Prince George Regional Highway Rescue Society an unfunded organization. Therefore, we rely on grants from government agencies, corporations and selfless members of the local community to offer their donations, time and expertise to help save lives every day.

Road Rescue Teams provide vehicle extrication, rope rescue and other specialized rescue services in response to motor vehicle accidents. Responders attend to out‐of‐jurisdiction motor vehicle accidents across the province.

Road Rescue training may include hazardous material awareness, embankment rescue, fire suppression, and First Responder training in addition to extrication training. BC Road Rescue organizations include Fire Departments, Road Rescue Societies, and SAR teams.

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Prince George Regional Highway Rescue

2015 Call Volumes

68

Total Calls

DEC

Busiest Month

OCT

Slowest Month

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GOALS AND FUNDING NEEDED FOR 2016

Donations to Date ($75k goal)

25%

Normal Operations - $200k

62%

$600k - New Bay for Heavy Rescue

10%