Wes, based on being right there and seeing his rig, it was the right thing to do. In some situations doing that would be wrong and others it would be right. It's hard to tell from the pictures. We first got on the drivers side and pushed up to keep it from tipping and made sure it was stable and not going anywhere, then a couple of people jumped on the other side. I personally think we would have been OK with the pushing from the drivers side by itself, but I don't think those who jumped on where in danger. Bill was getting nervous and I still feel we made the right call based on the position and stability of the vehicle. I agree it is in the grey area.
Ken Romer - K0ROM
02 Kimberley Kamper