Figure 10-18.--Fireman's carry (step one).
Figure 10-20.--Fireman's carry (steps two, three, and four
METHODS OF CARRYING A CASUALTY
A casualty may be transported by using one-man
and two-man carries. The two-man carries should be
used whenever possible, as they provide more comfort
to the casualty, are less likely to aggravate his injury, and
are less tiring to the carriers. The particular one-manor
two-man carries selected for use should be the one that
is least likely to aggravate the casualty's injury.
This method is one of the easiest ways for one man
to get a casualty off the ground and to carry him. Figures
10-18 through 10-22 show the steps in the fireman's
Figure 10-19.--Fireman's carry (steps two, three, and four).