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FDIC International 2023 to Feature the Fire Rescue Station of the Future

Designed by H2M architects + engineers (H2M) and featuring more than 30 additional sponsors, this walk-through exhibit of a futuristic station will look at essential programmatic changes to the current fire station model.

FDIC International 2023 will feature the “Fire Rescue Station of the Future,” an interactive showcase of cutting-edge design and products.

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Tift County (GA) Reviews New Power Loads for Ambulances

an air ambulance and a Tift County Fire/Rescue ambulance in a field.

Tift County Commission is looking into purchasing new equipment for its fire and rescue department.

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Gwinnett County (GA) Commission Spends $5.7 Million on Ambulance Equipment

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners approved a sole-source contract of $5.7 million with Stryker Sales Corp.

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AEV Delivers Type 3 Ambulance to Golden Valley (MO) Memorial Healthcare

Golden Valley (MO) Memorial Healthcare had American Emergency Vehicles build this Traumahawk Ford E-450 Type 3 custom ambulance.

The Traumahawk Ford E-450 Type 3 custom ambulance is the third American Emergency Vehicles rig delivered to Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare.

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Pennsauken (NJ) Township Fire Department Takes Delivery of Another Horton Type 3 Ambulance

Horton Emergency Vehicles built this Type 3 ambulance for Pennsauken (PA) Township Fire Department on a Ford E450 chassis with a 157-inch walk-through cab/module and 72 inches of headroom.

Horton Emergency Vehicles built this Type 3 ambulance for Pennsauken (NJ) Township Fire Department on a Ford E450 chassis.

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Contain the Risks to Full Exposure

Chemical/Biological/Radiological/Nuclear (CBRN) threats can result in mass casualties or disrupt entire ecosystems.

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Technimount System Develops Flexible Neonatal Transport Solution

Technimount System's Neonatal Stretcher System

By securing medical devices in specialized mounting solutions, neonatal critical care transport teams can configure their stretcher according to their protocols with the equipment they already have.

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Ambulance Designs Evolving to Meet Specific Customer Needs

Standardized lines of ambulance models continue to see strong customer support, but most manufacturers also are altering their designs to accommodate specific requests from end users. Ambulance designs are changing to reflect not only safety concerns from customers but also specific requirements for equipment placement. Steve Rowland, regional sales manager for USA South at Demers Ambulances USA Inc., says that many ...

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