Mich. ambulance co. receives equipment upgrade thanks to EMS grant
They received a new ambulance and high-tech oxygen system that will make servicing residents that much easier for their ambulance company
RICHMOND, Mich. — New equipment including a paramedic ambulance and high-tech oxygen system will make servicing residents that much easier for Richmond Lenox EMS.
The department recently received a new ambulance, an Advance Life Support vehicle that cost $148,000, with an additional $25,000 in portable life support equipment. The vehicle was built by American Emergency Vehicles of Jefferson, N.C., according to Jeffery R. White, chief of E.M.S-Paramedic/IC for the Richmond and Lenox townships Ambulance Authority.
White said the new ambulance is an addition to the EMS fleet, not a replacement, bringing the total number of ambulances to six.
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