Forest Hills 2 – 2003 Ford E350 Type II ambulance
Type II ambulances are built using a van type chassis. The only major modification to the vehicle is that the roof is raised. Type II ambulances are mostly used by hospitals, Ministry of Health and when the ambulance is used to transport patients that only require Basic Life Support features.
Truck 1 – 2003 Chevy Suburban First Response vehicle
An ambulance emergency response vehicle, (also known by a variety of local names including “fly-car”), is an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle that responds to emergencies, but is not designed to transport a patient. Non-transporting response vehicles are used for a variety of reasons, including economic, supervisory, and logistical.
Forest Hills 3 – 2009 Ford E350 Type III ambulance
Type III ambulances have a square patient compartment that is mounted onto a cut-a-way van chassis. Type III ambulances are mostly used at airports, chemical plants, oil refineries and when the ambulance has to be equipped with the medical equipment for Advance Life Support.
Forest Hills 1 – 1999 Ford Type III ambulance
This Type III ambulance is made by Wheeled Coach (the patient module). It responded to the World Trade Center incident on September 11, 2001 and was destroyed when the towers collapsed. The designation FH1 was then retired.
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