An attempt to bring up a logging truck that plunged 700 feet off a cliff; Jamie and Scott team on a heavy rollover in the Fraser Canyon; Nik tackles a final job and reflects on his return to heavy rescue.
Jamie's rookie driver is dispatched to rescue a convoy of oversized loads on the Coq; and Scott attempts to keep a spun-out lumber truck from tipping. Later, Mission Towing try to retrieve a 40,000 pound relic out of a river.
Jordie's crew work through the night after two tractor-trailers collide. Later, Scott must get inventive to finish a job for Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue; and Al and Gord struggle to handle a 30-ton cement drum.
Tthe Quiring family work together to lift a semi loaded with industrial paper rolls back onto its wheels; an original member of Jamie?s towing family starts to feel the physical and mental toll of heavy rescue.
Jamie calls in his brother Jason's rotator to tackle a recovery in the Canyon; the Mission Towing team juggles a lost load of telephone poles; emergency responders race to a crash on the Coq involving one of Jamie's crew.
On his first night on the Coq, prairie tow operator Jonny Tipton faces his toughest recovery; Quiring Towing's Gord Boyd clashes with stubborn truckers on the Coq, then reveals a lifelong personal battle.
Jamie and his Heavy Rescue team deal with a jackknifed semi-trailer on the edge of a bridge; on an active logging road in B.C.'s Fraser Valley, the Mission Towing team races to finish a recovery and open the road.
A semi plows off a bridge, leaving a trailer and three RVs dangling over a raging river; and John must get holiday traffic moving and prove himself on a recovery unlike anything the team has ever faced.
In the Season 4 finale, Jamie takes control of the rotator for the first time in months. Also: He turns to his competition for advice about a major decision that will determine the future of Heavy Rescue.
Jamie reaches a difficult crossroads, prompting him to look back at his most challenging wrecks and recoveries over the last four seasons. Included: Familiar faces from the past and present explain what drives them to do this dangerous work.
Al and Gord gamble on a job responsible for closing the highway and pushing both green wreckers to the limits; in Alberta, Jamie's crew travel through a whiteout to reach a chain-reaction wreck; and in British Columbia, an underwater mystery needs solving.
A simple job turns into an urgent puzzle when a flipped semi pulls Jamie back out on the road; Randy Jacknife faces one of the biggest and heaviest challenges of his career as he deals with an overturned truck trapped under its load of steel.
Strategies collide when the Davis and Quiring families team up for a rare joint recovery that shuts down the busiest highway in British Columbia. And on the Coquihalla Highway, a big rig is left teetering in a seemingly impossible position.
When Jamie and Jason's Heavy Recovery crews team up for a massive wreck, a close call forces Brandon to reconsider his future in the business. And in Alberta, attempts to straighten out a jackknifed truck get twisted in unexpected directions.
Al and Gord from Quiring Towing rescue a loaded semi that's teetering on the edge of a 300-foot drop. Also: Colin faces a white-knuckle drive on a remote Alberta back road in order to help a new client; and Jamie tests out a rookie driver.
A downpour of freezing rain covers Hope and the Coq in a thick layer of ice, cutting off communication and crippling Jamie's operations. Meanwhile, Ken Monkhouse treks to a job in a remote, ice-covered hill and relives the worst day of his life.
Al Quiring races to recover a trailer and open the TransCanada before the morning rush; Jamie runs a race of his own when a semi carrying a load of pharmaceuticals plunges down a bank; and in Alberta, the burdens of running the shop solo take a toll on Colin.