Video: Davis County SAR uses new troop carrier to rescue 3 hunters

Davis County Search and Rescue used their Sisu Nasu -- a multi-track, 17-passenger troop carrier -- to bring in three hunters who were stranded in Syracuse on Monday, Dec. 24, 2018. Photo: Facebook/Davis County Sheriff's SAR

DAVIS COUNTY, Utah, Dec. 24, 2018 (Gephardt Daily) — Davis County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue pulled off an amazing rescue Monday after three men got stranded while hunting in Syracuse.

With the Sisu Nasu, a multi-track vehicle designed for the Finnish army, they were able to bring the trio out of the mud, snow and dense phragmites in record time.

The 17-passenger personnel carrier was donated to Davis County by Diesel Brothers in Woods Cross.

Posted by Davis County Sheriff's Search and Rescue on Monday, December 24, 2018

Davis County SAR posted the following message on Facebook:

“A big thank you to Syracuse FD, police, and our DCSO deputies for the help in a quick rescue of 3 Airman that were hunting out in the 13ft tall phragmites. What would have taken many hours took just over 1 hour!!!

“Thank you Diesel Brothers again for the machine that made it happen so quickly today!”

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