NEW FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES VEHICLES FEATURE UPDATED COUNTY BRANDING
(Lawrenceville, Ga., Dec. 31, 2020) – Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services recently placed three new support vehicles and two apparatus units in service for day-to-day operations and emergency response. Outfitted with the latest in emergency response technology, these vehicles also feature the County’s updated branding.
The new vehicles were purchased with voter-approved SPLOST funds and will allow the department to continue providing exceptional service to residents and visitors.
The ladder truck is a Sutphen 95-foot aerial platform that features state-of-the-art multiplex wiring, a 360-degree camera system for safety, mobile data terminal, two-way radio, multiple storage compartments for firefighting tools and medical equipment, fire attack hose lines and a 300-gallon water tank.
The ambulance is a Lifeline med unit on a Dodge 5500 chassis and features state-of-the-art multiplex wiring, a 360-degree camera system for safety, mobile data terminal, two-way radio, electronic patient load system, warning lights and a 181-inch patient compartment box for providing advanced life support assessment and treatment during transport to the hospital.
The support vehicles include three Ford Fusion hybrid sedans equipped with a backup camera system, mobile data terminal for call receipt information, mobile two-way radio, warning lights and an audible siren for emergency response.
All newly purchased apparatus and support vehicles will feature County branding going forward. See photos of the new fire and emergency services vehicles at gcga.us/firevehicles.