Last week the SCEMS sent Supervisor 2 (Ford F-350) off to Horton to replace the existing body of the unit with a partial walk in rescue body. Horton did an excellent job converting the body. The new body consists of six rescue compartments and two coffin compartments. The new equipment for the body of the unit was provided by the Stud County Bureau of Health. The new equipment ranges from BLS equipment such as heart monitors and bandages right through to IVís and defibrillators. The unit also has an assortment of heavy rescue equipment such as Sthil chain saws, trench rescue equipment, high angle rescue equipment, and the Jaws of Life. The unit runs out of Station 1A Mid Town and responds first out to any medical call in Brickton Central.
Builders Notes: Credit for the body goes to Nathan Larsen with a couple of adjustments by Me.