In one incident, a civilian entered the station and drove the rig throught eh bay door of the station.
Gallery and video from a collection by Steve Redick of a Chicago incident on November 5, 2019.
The Alton Fire Department’s newest ambulance was responding on an EMS run and didn’t quite clear the garage door at Fire Station 2, reports The Telegraph. A private ambulance was called to take the run, which ultimately was cancelled. The ambulance suffered only minor damage and nobody was injured. Fire officials called a garage door...
REV Group has introduced the Firstar Type III Modular 146” unit on a Ford E-350 Chassis and Firstar Type II RAM® ProMaster Van.
The new Wheeled Coach Ford Transit features several key differentiators, resulting from customer input, including significantly more cabin space than comparable vans on the market.
Ambulance manufacturers continue to produce customized ambulances to handle special types of missions such as neonatal units, critical care transport, critical care pediatric units, intensive care rigs, and others.
As CAAS prepared for the release of GVS V2.0 in July 2019, the newly developed GVS Remount Standard that is included as part of the updated V2.0 document stands out as a major development in enhancing the safety, quality, and durability of remounted ambulances as the most rapidly growing segment of the emergency vehicle market.
Flemington-Raritan (NJ) First Aid & Rescue Squad wanted to replace one of its four ambulances and looked around at rigs run by neighboring agencies, comparing different models and brands to what it was currently using.
From miles driven to equipment carried, ambulances offer different challenges than fire apparatus. When considering purchases and maintenance, take a slightly different approach than you would with typical traditional fire apparatus.
The Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) addressed this with its recent Ground Vehicle Standard GVS V2.0, which includes the newly developed GVS Remount Standard. Read about the new standard this month in “Remounts Defined: CAAS Releases National Standard for Ambulance Remounts.”