With 248 elite American soldiers on board, Arrow Air Flight 1285 refuels in Newfoundland, but just seconds after taking off the plane crashes, igniting a storm of controversy that continues to this day.
On final approach to Zurich, Crossair Flight 3597 attempts to abort landing by applying full power to the engines, but it's too late and the plane crashes into a hillside. The cause of the accident is found by digging into the past.
Adam Air Flight 574 disappears from radar after going hundreds of miles off course heading into a major storm over the Java Sea. It's believed that poor maintenance and crew training are responsible for the doomed plane.
Water is a necessity of life but in certain forms, it can threaten it. From surviving a monster typhoon in India, completing a record-breaking free dive to a horrifying plunge into a sinkhole, we are always at the mercy of water.
When a bridge collapses in a river, it's up to the Ross crew to execute the biggest, most complex job of the season, with an entire town turning up to watch; one of North America's youngest rotator operators gets in over his head.
During a springtime ice storm, Bubba battles his most stubborn wreck. Sonny improvises to clear a pile of heavy steel beams. Gary puts second thoughts aside when a flammable tanker plummets from an on-ramp.
From Sapphire caves to bizarre blue lava and rainbow clouds, this episode exposes the invisible forces behind the strangest, most beautiful events the planet. Featuring forces that eat snow, create perfect clear cubes and cause walrus gatherings.
Giant blooms of glowing creatures, a lake changed into a huge bowl of cement, 60-foot snow drifts turns a journey into a destination, the wind sinks a city and Spider Lightning on this episode of Strangest Weather on Earth.
Producer and host Mark Miller joins the crew of Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue for 'Beer O'Clock' to trade stories about the second season on the Coq. The crew reveals the hairiest behind-the-scenes moments from the most challenging recoveries of the winter.
Jamie faces a life-and-death decision: shut down or leave the Coq for the oil rush boomtown of Fort McMurray and some steady cash. Determined that closure is not an option, the crew heads north in search of a new highway thru hell.
A new winter season starts with Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue split in two. Adam has taken half the fleet north to Alberta's rich and dangerous oil fields, while Jamie stays back to fight and keep the Coq open all by himself.