Procurement

Ariz. City Adding Ambulances for New EMS Unit

April 25, 2016

The Sun City (Ariz.) Fire and Medical Department has been acquiring ambulances from nearby cities in preparation to launch a new emergency medical service unit to handle acute patients, reports YourWestValley.com.

The Sun City Fire District authorized the purchase of three vehicles, including a 1997 Ford E-350 and second ambulance from Three Points, as well as a 2001 Pierce Quantum that was refurbished this year. The cost of the vehicles range from $3,500 to $9,000.

Earlier this month, the department purchased a 2010 Dodge ambulance from Tuttle, Okla., with about 150,000 miles.

The total cost for the four vehicles was less than $50,000.

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