Ramos was still showing no signs of life when they got him on a backboard and into the ambulance.
One of the men jumped down, and fumbled at the iron pins which kept the backboard of the cart in its place.
The Midshipman lay across the backboard, staring out to the port-quarter.
Just off an old drain I found an overturned wagon with a loophole cut through the backboard.
I helped the girl into the backboard and climbed in beside her.
And the men let down the backboard, and they put in all their things: all their poles and the bars and the shovel.
Already half its weight was supported by the dray's backboard.
Also, a backboard of half-inch board, to correspond (Fig. 14).
The end of the piano was twitched sharply from the backboard.
Aid with two well-directed taps he knocked the pins out of their sockets, and let down the backboard of the cart.
backboard back·board (bāk'bôrd')
A board placed under or behind something to provide firmness or support.
A board placed beneath the body of a person with an injury to the neck or back, used especially in transporting the person in such a way as to avoid further injury.