Bummer dude... sorry to hear about the trouble, but I can top it with a quick story.
Years back I'd just bought my Sea Ray 268 and trailered it back to work for some storage and pre-season prep. Then I convince my boss and some buddies to take the day off with me to tow it down to the bay and put it in the slip.
We get about 4 miles from work when I lost an AXLE on the dual axle trailer. Shreded the tire before I could get it pulled over, but I wasn't going ANYWHERE without a new axle
The big RV and boat shop up the road (about a mile) wouldn't come help unless I bought a new trailer from them ($5k)!
We sat there for HOURS while we made calls and tried different things. In the end, a biker buddy of mine was on his way home from work (he's a driver for Duie Pyle trucking), took one look at it, said, I'll be right back.
He called up a buddy with a towing company to bring someone else's trailer down, then went back to work and got their crane truck (used to right overturned tractor trailers). They used the crane to pick up the Sea Ray, slide out the broken trailer and slide in the borrowed trailer.
I didn't get in the slip that day, but a couple of days later they towed it down to the bay for me!
Gotta love bikers!