Highway Thru Hell 4 地獄公路即刻救援 4 Keeping this road open can be hell. 保持這條公路暢通的艱辛一言難盡。
In British Columbia, a province▼ in western Canada, there is a section of Highway 5, called the Coquihalla Highway — or "the Coq" for short. It is an important path for semi-▼trailer trucks that drive through the Cascade Mountains. The highway runs along dangerous cliffs▼ and through narrow mountain passes. Even though the road is safe for most of the year, in winter, drivers must deal with the dangers of snow storms. This makes it one of the most dangerous roads in North America. When there are accidents on the highway, rescue▼ teams must try to keep the road open and safe for other drivers. Their hard work saves others from possible death. Jamie Davis and his towing company, Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue, have been responsible for providing the rescue services along the Coq for the last ten years. And since 2012, a camera crew▼ has followed these hardworking men and women who risk their lives to keep the Coq open. The result is a reality TV series called Highway Thru Hell. This month, tune in to NGC and experience all the excitement and danger of Highway Thru Hell 4.