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Season 7 / Episode 16 and airs on 19 December 2018 02:00
The Coquihalla is one of the most treacherous major highways in the world. Rising through the steep mountains passes in British Columbia, it is a gauntlet of brutal weather and white knuckle driving. The "Coq" is also the main artery between east and west, with thousands of semis crossing every day. Many don't make it. Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue has the daunting job of clearing these wrecks to keep the highway open. Closure in not an option. For Jamie and his colorful crew, winter season is a non-stop onslaught of tangled semis and blistering weather that would push any man to the breaking point.
After being rescued by Al Quiring, the driver of a hazardous load runs into serious trouble at the base of The Coq; a simple tow turns into a night of heavy rescue for Colin; Jamie experiences chest pains in the middle of a job.
A multi-vehicle crash thrusts Al Quiring's 24-year-old son Cary into a dire situation; a truck hauling new cars becomes a tricky recovery for Reliable Towing; Jamie ventures north to bring a wreck back from the Yukon.
On one of the busiest nights of winter, Jamie has new operator Cam take the controls of "Mighty Mo"; a scattered load of lumber has James Luke and the Reliable Towing team in a race against a snowstorm.
A tractor-trailer trapped near Quesnel, B.C. proves to be one of Jamie's toughest recoveries of the winter; an abandoned wreck up a remote mountain road tests Mission Towing; the Christmas spirit inspires tow companies to come together for a good cause.
A 40-ton boulder crashes onto B.C.'s Fraser Canyon Highway and launches Al Quiring into the crush zone; Jamie, Brandon, and Paris climb a deactivated logging road to retrieve a lost wreck.
An overturned load of heavy pipe becomes an all-out battle for Reliable Towing; Jamie considers buying another vintage wrecker; Mission Towing's Ken Duperon hustles to save a vehicle on the verge of sliding off a snowy mountain road.
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