Issue 9 and Volume 144.

APPARATUS DELIVERIES The Seminole County Department of Public Safety in Florida provides all emergency services for those who live and work in the unincorporated areas of the county, according to Kenneth M. Roberts, emergency management coordinator. The department recently placed in service two large ambulances built by Frontline Emergency Vehicles. The vehicles are Street Warrior models that feature a CMC model C70 chassis with a 182-inch wheelbase and a module designed with 8 exterior and 17 interior compartments. Each unit has seating for two rescue personnel in the front and one in the rear. The ambulances are set up to carry rescue equipment including the Amkus tool. They also each have a Honda 2.3-kw gasoline generator and mount two 500-watt quartz-halogen Tele-Lites at the rear of the ambulance body. Advanced life support equipment also is carried. Circle No. 1 on Reader Service Card ■ The community of South Amboy, New…

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