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November 28, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto EMS to unveil new Emergency Support vehicles
  
Paramedics from Toronto Emergency Medical Services responding to large-scale
medical emergencies or evacuations will be able to rely on the new high-tech
ambulance bus and the new multi-purpose support truck which are being unveiled
for the public and the media on Monday.

Date: Monday, December 1
Time: 10 a.m.
Place: Toronto EMS 35 Station, Manitoba Drive, Exhibition Place

Emergency Support Unit (ESU) vehicles are deployed to support paramedics in the
treatment and transportation of patients from multi-casualty disasters,
accidents or evacuations. The new vehicles are replacing older vehicles as part
of an ongoing fleet maintenance and replacement program.

Members of the media are invited to take a ride in the new ambulance bus and to
see a demonstration of the emergency response capabilities of the new support
truck and bus.

Media contacts:
Peter Macintyre, Toronto EMS, 416-392-2069
Larry Roberts, Toronto EMS, 416-392-2255



 

 

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