Johnny on the Spot, LLC. (JOTS), a leading provider of portable restrooms and temporary fencing believes it has the best employees in its industry for many reasons. This was truly on display earlier this week when a crew of temporary fencing installers saved a man’s life in an overturned truck accident on Route 18 in Marlboro, NJ. The crew comprised of Rick Perry and Almando Gutierrez.
The Johnny on the Spot Temporary Fence Installation crew was driving on Route 18 when they came up to the scene of the overturned box truck near Exit 25 for Route 79 and pulled over to assist the man. The crew bravely broke the windshield with a fire extinguisher and rescued the unconscious man from the cab of the wrecked truck. The Johnny on the Spot crew stayed on scene until the man was taken away by ambulance.
Johnny on the Spot has the best employees in the portable restroom and temporary fencing industry and is proud, but not surprised, by the heroism displayed by Rick Perry and Almando Gutierrez.
To view images taken by the Johnny on the Spot Temporary Fencing crew on scene, click on the gallery below:
Johnny on the Spot, LLC. (A Dubin Clark Portfolio Company), headquartered in Old Bridge, NJ provides portable sanitation and temporary fencing rentals to construction, special event, seasonal, recreational and permanent location clients in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Since being founded in 1969, JOTS has been revered amongst its peers as one of the nation's most progressive portable sanitation providers. Featuring a state-of-the-art facility, top-quality rental products, cutting-edge service vehicles, professional staff, reliable service from tenured technicians, and innovative rental equipment, JOTS has established itself as an industry and community leader. To learn more about JOTS, please visit www.johnnyonthespot.com.