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6/26 3:44 pm Clear Creek U/D: Per Evergreen FD o/s vehicle is over the edge, setting up for rope rescue. L/G 1 on the ground waiting.

6/26 3:17 pm Clear Creek U/D: The T/A is a single Clear Creek Sheriff vehicle, Deputy is C&B but is trapped.

6/26 3:13 pm Clear Creek County: Highway 103 at MM15, T/A with a Deputy Trapped under a vehicle. Chopper on standby and M/A from Evergreen.

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6/26 3:44 pm Clear Creek U/D: Per Evergreen FD o/s vehicle is over the edge, setting up for rope rescue. L/G 1 on the ground waiting.

6/26 3:17 pm Clear Creek U/D: The T/A is a single Clear Creek Sheriff vehicle, Deputy is C&B but is trapped.

6/26 3:13 pm Clear Creek County: Highway 103 at MM15, T/A with a Deputy Trapped under a vehicle. Chopper on standby and M/A from Evergreen.

O/F 130.150, 154.280, 155.025, 155.610, DTRS, 151.085, 453.950 & Online
All that "radio lingo" might be great for "your listening area" but for the rest of us in the country that like to read the forums, it is greek to us!!!!

I can figure out that T/A is traffic accident. What is C&B? What is Clear Creek U/D? And M/A?

Steve/KB8FAR :confused:
 

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All that "radio lingo" might be great for "your listening area" but for the rest of us in the country that like to read the forums, it is greek to us!!!!

I can figure out that T/A is traffic accident. What is C&B? What is Clear Creek U/D? And M/A?

Steve/KB8FAR :confused:
T/A = Traffic Accident

C&B = Conscious and Breathing

Clear Creek U/D = Clear Creek County Update

M/A = Mutual Aid

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SAC = St Anthony's Central a Level 1 Trauma Center in Denver

L/G 1 = Flight for Life, Lifeguard 1 that is based at the same hospital.

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All that "radio lingo" might be great for "your listening area" but for the rest of us in the country that like to read the forums, it is greek to us!!!!

I can figure out that T/A is traffic accident. What is C&B? What is Clear Creek U/D? And M/A?

Steve/KB8FAR :confused:
There is also a great list of Abbreviations in the Breaking News Etiquette at the top of the Colorado Incidents and Breaking news Page.
 
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