Twenty seven members of the Westfield Fire Department tackled three challenging simulated vehicle crashes providing members an opportunity to utilize all of our vehicle extrication equipment. In one scenario a minivan was rolled down a hill behind the station landing upside down on a mannequin while other mannequins inside the vehicle also required rescue. Using airbags, rescue jacks and hand tools all patients were successfully removed and cared for by our EMS personnel. In a second scenario a small sedan was rolled on its side and a single occupant who was strapped into the drivers seat had to be accessed using a combination of battery and hydraulic powered Hurts spreaders and cutters. Stabilization was assured using rescue jacks and auto-crib devices. While these two scenarios unfolded, our newer members worked on a third vehicle as they were introduced to our tools and methods of vehicle extrication were learned. Members wore masks and disinfecting rules were in place to help reduce the risks posed by COVID-19 and the flu.