November 2007
Fire Chief;Nov/Dec2007 Supplement, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p5
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The article features the new safety ambulance from Road Rescue Inc. that allows emergency medical technicians (EMT) to have greater ease of movement while providing enhanced safety features that protect medical personnel working on patients while transport. It relates that the new ambulance features reconfigured seating that replaces the traditional squad bench with two separate seats for technicians.


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