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Season 10 / Episode 7 and airs on 19 October 2021 01:00
Highway Thru Hell focuses on a team of drivers who work for Jamie Davis, along with several other heavy recovery operations fighting to keep the roads open in some of the most dangerous working conditions ever seen on TV. The Coquihalla and nearby highways through BC's Cascade Mountains have some of the most difficult and fast changing road conditions anywhere. When it's snowing hard up top on the summit of ‘The Coq', 1200 metres below its pounding rain in The Fraser Valley. Add to that, Canada's busiest trucking route to the West Coast, Highway 1 (Trans Canada Hwy), and you have the ‘Bermuda Triangle' of trucking. Police and highway maintenance crews depend on Highway Thru Hell's heavy rescue operators to respond at a moment's notice in the worst conditions. In between the winter storms, the teams ‘off road' skills are put to the test. The rugged terrain near Hope, British Columbia dishes out some of the most unique and challenging recovery jobs over steep cliffs, down deep ravines and even in bodies of water. Highway Thru Hell is ultimately a series about man versus Mother Nature and the toughest men in the towing business being pushed to their breaking point. The stakes are high - lives, the economy and thousands of jobs depend on the highways staying open, and the last line of defense is Heavy Rescue.
With winters first blow, new recruit John must save a snowplow stuck in an icy river; while Jamie pushes further into new territory, changes rock the company, forcing Colin to take on a new role; the community says farewell to a Heavy Rescue legend.
Jamie's new B.C. crew struggles with a mangled trailer on a blind corner; when Colin slips up on a big recovery in Alberta, Jamie's brother must take over the job, even though he's a rookie on the rotator; Brandon steps up to a new role.
When a lumber truck and diesel tanker collide, the flaming wreckage is the biggest recovery of Colin's career; as snowstorms pummel the Coquihalla, Al Quiring heads up the hill; in freezing rain, John faces off against a mangled tractor.
A semi plows off a bridge, leaving a trailer and three RVs dangling over a raging river; John must get holiday traffic moving and prove himself on a multi-part recovery unlike anything they've faced.
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; in Alberta, the burdens of running the shop solo take a toll on Colin.
A downpour of freezing rain covers Hope and the Coq in a thick layer of ice, cutting off communication and crippling Jamie's operations; Ken Monkhouse heads to a job up a remote, ice-covered hill and re-lives the worst day of his life.
Al and Gord from Quiring Towing rescue a loaded semi that's teetering on the edge of a 300-foot drop; when a new client needs Colin's help, he faces a white-knuckle drive on a remote Alberta back road; Jamie tests out a new driver.
When recovery crews team up for a massive wreck, a close call leads Brandon to reconsider his future in the business; attempts to straighten out a jackknifed truck get twisted.
The Davis and Quiring families team up for a rare joint recovery; a big rig is left teetering in a seemingly impossible position.
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 against an overturned truck trapped under its load of steel.
A wrecker is called to a river bank to help with an underwater mystery that may be linked to a deadly crime. Jamie's crew battles a whiteout.
As Jamie reaches a difficult crossroads, he looks back over four seasons, revisiting his most challenging wrecks and recoveries; familiar faces from past and present explain what drives them to this dangerous world; a look behind the cameras.
Jamie takes control of the rotator for the first time in months; Jamie turns to his competition for advice about a major decision that will determine the future of Heavy Rescue.
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