The rescue knife is an S-shaped or hooked (1) blade with an inside edge and a knotted point, which is used by firefighters, emergency services, rescue teams at car races, on rescue fleets, etc. to open or remove clothes, belts or ropes. by cutting. The cut is on the inside and the tip is knotted so as not to injure the victim.
Often the knife sticks in a sheath that can be attached to the belt.
(1) SCHAERER: 626.