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Station 47 Places New Medic Unit In Service

March 3rd, 2007

On Saturday, the Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company placed in service a new medic unit to replace our old 1999 Ford/Lifeline unit. The new unit is a 2007 GMC 4500 medium-duty chassis with a Horton model 555 72" headroom module. The unit is fully ALS equipped. It also features all LED lighting and an on-board Garmin StreetPilot 7200 GPS unit. Some of the other features include multi-plex wiring, a CPR seat, special compartmentation, and a hydraulic oxygen bottle lift. The cost of the unit minus the portable equipment was $146,000. The old 1999 unit has been donated to the Baltimore County Central Alarmers for their use in rehab services.
 
 
 
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