We used it once near Glen Allen, Alaska. The last airline I worked for we had in our Op's Spec's, provisions to land an "air ambulance" on rural roads. This was the Cessna C-441 Conquest, contact had to be established with the Alaska State Troopers with them shutting down the road with their cars on either end. Day VFR rules applied. The Troopers had hand held VHF R/T's, the airfield was snowed in and it was a rather nasty auto accident. It was a long strait stretch of highway not encumbered by road side brush.
Yes the Conquest is an A/C that can fly very high, (35K), very fast, (290 indicated). It does so because it has fat wings with very low wing loading and very powerful engines, (Garrett TPE
331'S). But because of that wing design it can also maneuver at very low speeds. Add to this mix the main gear is a "trailing link" design, very forgiving to the A/C structure in a firm landing situation. On top of that, let me mention again the engines installed on this A/C, Garrett TPE
331- 8, or 10N's. Engine power, or thrust is instantaneous with power lever movement. Directional control is easily maintainable by the pilot.