PFD recovers robotic crawler


Piqua firefighter Nick Schmitz is lowered in to a storm sewer on Linden Ave. on Thursday morning. He and Firefighter Tony Stutter were sent to recover a robotic crawler belonging to the Underground Utilities Department. The machine overturned some 200 yards from the manhole in a 48 inch drain pipe and firefighters went into the storm sewer to recover the machine. Once into the storm drain system, firefighters completed the job in less than 25 minutes.

Piqua firefighter Nick Schmitz is lowered in to a storm sewer on Linden Ave. on Thursday morning. He and Firefighter Tony Stutter were sent to recover a robotic crawler belonging to the Underground Utilities Department. The machine overturned some 200 yards from the manhole in a 48 inch drain pipe and firefighters went into the storm sewer to recover the machine. Once into the storm drain system, firefighters completed the job in less than 25 minutes.


Piqua firefighter Nick Schmitz is lowered in to a storm sewer on Linden Ave. on Thursday morning. He and Firefighter Tony Stutter were sent to recover a robotic crawler belonging to the Underground Utilities Department. The machine overturned some 200 yards from the manhole in a 48 inch drain pipe and firefighters went into the storm sewer to recover the machine. Once into the storm drain system, firefighters completed the job in less than 25 minutes.

Piqua firefighter Nick Schmitz is lowered in to a storm sewer on Linden Ave. on Thursday morning. He and Firefighter Tony Stutter were sent to recover a robotic crawler belonging to the Underground Utilities Department. The machine overturned some 200 yards from the manhole in a 48 inch drain pipe and firefighters went into the storm sewer to recover the machine. Once into the storm drain system, firefighters completed the job in less than 25 minutes.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/09/web1_090618mju_pfd_robotrecovery1.jpgPiqua firefighter Nick Schmitz is lowered in to a storm sewer on Linden Ave. on Thursday morning. He and Firefighter Tony Stutter were sent to recover a robotic crawler belonging to the Underground Utilities Department. The machine overturned some 200 yards from the manhole in a 48 inch drain pipe and firefighters went into the storm sewer to recover the machine. Once into the storm drain system, firefighters completed the job in less than 25 minutes.

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