Cleanup After Suicides Car Wrecks and Other Traumas

Car wrecks, homicides, and death cause a big mess. An industry exists to answer the call of crime scene cleanup.

For those who have Law & Order in the past few years, you've probably seen something like this. The police show up at a crime scene. They gather evidence and theorize what took place. Then the police leave to question witnesses and piece together a case. There's something missing. What happens after the police leave the crime scene? The answer is cleaning.

Cleaning is a job too tedious for a TV show so it's no surprise that we don't see it on CSI: Miami. But there's another reason why crime scene cleanup isn't shown on TV: the cops aren't responsible for cleanup; the victim's family must clean the scene. The thought of family cleaning up after a loved one's death is horrible. That's where companies that do suicide cleanup siloam springs ar come in.

Trauma involves removing blood, human remains, and other materials. This process is called "remediation."

This is just some of the tools a trauma cleanup company may use to clean up following a crime scene:

  • Traditional cleaning supplies
  • Personal protective gear
  • Razor blades
  • Ozone machines to remove odors
  • Carpentry tools
  • And more

The job isn't pretty, but someone has to do it while the victim's family copes with their loss.