salvage from

salvage something from someone or something

to rescue or save something from someone or something. The baby got into the eggs, but I was able to salvage about six of them from him before they were broken all over the place. I salvaged a good pair of shoes from the trash.
References in classic literature ?
Second are the romances which, battered salvage from a greater past, retell in strangely altered romantic fashion the great stories of classical antiquity, mainly the achievements of Alexander the Great and the tragic fortunes of Troy.
liquidity Services assisted in managing the safety and loading requirements for the removal of the salvage from the loss location.
the professional liquidation firm assisted in managing the buyer inspection as well as the safety and loading requirements for the removal of the salvage from the loss location.
Modern claim solutions allow insurers and their clients to avoid significant and costly liabilities, such as the requirement to remove salvage from remote locations, store the salvage for an extended period of time, or prepare the salvage for transfer or sale.