The men of Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue fight to keep open some of the most economically important, most traveled and most inhospitable trucking routes in North America.
A snowplow is pulled from the river; Colin takes on a new role; a Heavy Rescue legend leaves the group.
Jamie’s new B.C. crew struggles with a mangled trailer on a blind corner; when Colin slips up on a big recovery in Alberta, Jamie’s brother must take over the job, even though he’s a rookie on the rotator; Brandon steps up to a new role.
Colin faces the biggest recovery of his career. Al Quiring faces bad snowstorms on the Coquihala. John faces off against a mangled tractor.
A semi plows off a bridge. John must prove himself and get holiday traffic moving on a multi part recovery.
Al Quiring races to open the Transcanada before the morning rush; a semi carrying a load of pharmaceuticals plunges down a bank; in Alberta, the burdens of running the shop solo takes a toll on Colin.
A downpour of freezing rain covers Hope and the Coq, crippling Jamie's operation. Meanwhile, Ken heads to a job and re-lives the worst day of his life.
Quiring Towing has to rescue a loaded semi teetering on the edge of a 300-foot drop. Meanwhile, Colin faces a white knuckle drive on a remote Alberta back road while Jamie tests out a new driver
When recovery crews team up for a massive wreck, a close call leads Brandon to reconsider his future in the business; attempts to straighten out a jackknifed truck get twisted.
The Davis and Quiring families team up for a rare joint recovery; a big rig is left teetering in a seemingly impossible position.
A simple job turns urgent which forces Jamie back out on the road; An overturned truck is trapped under it's load of steel.
Al and Gord gamble on a job which pushes both wreckers to the limits. In Alberta, Jamie's crew battles a whiteout. Back in B.C., a wrecker is called in to help solve an underwater mystery.
As Jamie reaches a difficult crossroads, he looks back over four seasons, revisiting his most challenging wrecks. Also, a look behind the cameras and faces from past and present explain what drives them to this dangerous world.