We love our Sandbagger. We actually have access to two units which we can run simultaneously if the situation warrants. Any jurisdiction in a flood prone area should consider this piece of equipment.
— Madison County EMA (@MadisonCoEMA) April 5, 2018
Click on the Link Below to see the Sandbagger in action starting at 1:31 in this news report from Idaho TV station KTVB.
MLGW employees helping fill sandbags to be used for flood mitigation efforts across the city. Teams were using various methods to fill hundreds of sandbags that MLGW crews were then taking out in the field.
National Guard Soldiers and Airmen filling and distributing sandbags at the Arvada Fire Protection District Training Center. Video includes Soldiers and Airmen filling and stacking sandbags, unloading sandbags from military vehicles with Arvada Fire Fighters, laying sandbags along roads.
Tim is in Pavilion NY doing demos at an open house hosted by George & Swede Sales and Service. (We met Greg, from George & Swede at the AED show!!!) Equipment dealers from all around come in for this event which is held annually. They can also get a “hands on” demo of The Sandbagger machine!
LOVELAND —At the peak of the Thursday afternoon heat, about 25 volunteers were working in the sun at the Budweiser Events Center, filling thousands of 35- to 40-pound sandbags.
With the help of volunteers and donations from Larimer County, Serve 6.8, a local disaster-response organization, is providing sandbags for residents in the High Park burn scar and the Big Thompson Canyon — as well as anyone else who feels they need them.
“We approached the county a few months ago and asked if they had been thinking about spring runoff and thunderstorms,” said Zane Strange, disaster response director of Serve 6.8.
Serve 6.8, a religious service organization, has already delivered about 15,000 sandbags to the Big Thompson Canyon, according to Strange.
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