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Cypress Creek EMS in Texas Deploys Axon Fleet In-Car Video System

Cypress Creek Emergency Medical Services, a 911 EMS provider in North Harris County, Texas, will deploy 37 Axon Fleet 2 in-car video systems across the agency’s emergency service vehicles. Each in-car video system includes a forward-facing and rear-facing camera and is backed by the digital evidence management system, Axon Evidence. “We look forward to furthering our partnership with Axon by rolling ...

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Wayne Township (IN) Life Line Ambulance Delivery

Wayne Township (IN) has received this Life LIne Emergency Vehicles Superliner Type III ambulance. Sold by Hoosier Fire Equipment, Inc., the unit featuers a 167-inch module, 72 inches of headroom, and is built on an E45o chassis.

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Peterborough Paramedics First in North America to Pilot Next Generation Integrated Driving Experience

Saskatoon, SK, Canada – Crestline Coach and Ferno Canada are pleased to announce Peterborough Paramedics will be the first EMS Service in North America to pilot the ACETECH iN∫COMMAND solution. Peterborough Paramedics serve the County and City of Peterborough, Ontario.  Known for world-class safety and innovation, Crestline customized three New Era ambulances for Peterborough Paramedics to meet the specific needs of ...

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Nappanee (IN) EMS PL Custom Delivery

Nappanee (IN) EMS has taken delivery of a 2017 Freightliner M2 PL Custom Titan from Dean Martin, Crossroads Sales & Service LLC.  

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Braun Industries Welcomes Back Bulldog Fire & Emergency Apparatus for New Ambulance Sales

Bulldog will represent Braun in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, & Connecticut.

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Horton Participates in Ambulance Rollover Demo at IMMI

By Chris Mc Loone The REV Group’s Horton brand recently participated in a rollover demonstration at IMMI’s headquarters in Westfield, Indiana. Before watching the demonstration, IMMI invited guests to take a tour of its facility. What impressed me about the tour was how much IMMI is involved with. Have kids? More than likely the straps on your son or daughter’s ...

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Building the ‘Simbulance’: An Ambulance Simulator

Simulation is recommended by the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) as an important part of EMS training.¹ In 2015, NAEMSE released a vision paper concurrently with the Simulation Use in Paramedic Education Research (SUPER) study.² Although the study focused on paramedic programs, many of the same principles apply to EMT training. Simulation in healthcare education overall is a critical ...

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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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UC Davis Fire Department Gets Smaller Ambulance for Event Use

  The UC Davis Fire Department has a new way to squeeze through campus crowds on its way to medical emergencies: a pint-sized ambulance. Read more at ucdavis.edu   The six-wheeled, all-wheel-drive utility vehicle is roughly the size of a Mini Cooper but can carry EMTs and a patient on a full-sized cot through tight spaces or even off-road.   ...

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South Haven (IN) VFD Introduces New Ambulance, Renovated Fire Station

With a scissors and a firehose, officials anointed South Haven Volunteer Fire Department’s newly renovated and expanded William Spicer Station, and a new state-of-the art ambulance on Saturday. Read more at Chicago Tribune

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