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UPMC Susquehanna (PA) Receives Grant for Ambulance Bus

UPMC Susquehanna Ambulance Bus

The ambulance bus can hold 15 patients, 10 patients in wheelchairs or stretchers and five crew members.

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Mackinac Island (MI) EMS Gets Custom Wheeled Coach Ambulance

Wheeled Coach built this Citi Medic Type III ambulance on a Chevy G3500 chassis with independent front suspension for Mackinac Island (MI) EMS.

Mackinac Island EMS found an ambulance to fit the unique needs of the island community that bans motor vehicles for civilian use.

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Development and Characterization of Two Low-Cost UV Decontamination Units for PPE and Ambulances

This article discusses the development of two ultraviolet decontamination systems that are inexpensive and simple to construct.

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Police: DE EMS Provider Knocked Unconscious Following Collision with Drunk Driver

American Legion Ambulance Service Station 64 Inc.

An alleged drunk driver crashed into the back of an American Legion Ambulance Service (DE) ambulance, causing one of the EMS providers to go unconscious.

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Wheeled Coach Announces Firefighter One as Exclusive Dealer for NJ

Wheeled Coach

Firefighter One is authorized to sell and service the complete portfolio of Wheeled Coach® emergency vehicles for the state.

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Hydrogen-Powered Ambulance Could Hit the Streets of London by Autumn

The Zero Emission Rapid Response Operations (ZERRO) ambulance could be tested by the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust by later this year.

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University of Minnesota Launches Mobile ECMO Truck with Virtual Reality Component

U of M Minnesota Mobile Resuscitation Consortium truck

Truck allows emergency responders to treat patients on site, and cardiology physicians can also be brought in to assist via virtual reality.

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Old Ambulance? Just Replace the Chassis

Orangeburg (SC) County Council approved a $113,000 contract with ETA Service to place an existing ambulance body on a new chassis -- saving taxpayer money.

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Neptune Township (NJ) Becomes First In the Country to Incorporate New On-Board Disinfectant Spray System

The MEDS unit inside a Neptune Township EMS ambulance.

Designed by Frontline Innovations, LLC, the MEDS Unit features an onboard system to disinfect an ambulance in between emergencies.

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I Am Transporting a Sick Baby, but How Sick Is It?

The photo shows the back of an ambulance

Securing the patient appropriately for transport is just as important as treatment. Does your ambulance have devices for appropriately and safely securing neonatal patients, infants, toddlers and older children?

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