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Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad / DPC Quick Response Unit


Client Name: Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad
County: St. Mary's County
State: Maryland
Year: 2011
Manufacturer: DPC
Chassis: 2011 Ford Expedition is designated as EMS 39
Lighting: a pair of Tecniq Orion work lights installed to illuminate the area when the hatch is in the open position. Along the bottom edge of the rear hatch are (6) LED lights (4 red, 2 amber) that will flash when the hatch is open to warn anyone approaching the rear of the vehicle.
Warning Lights: Code 3 RX2700 low-profile LED lightbar with takedown and alley lights, (4) Code 3 XT3 red LED lights behind the grille, (2) Code 3 XT3 red LED front intersection lights, (2) Code 3 XT3 red LED lights in the rear side windows, and (2) Code 3 XT3 red LED lights in the rear window.
Center Console: custom fabricated center console made from aluminum and coated in black Line-X for maximum durability
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: www.lpvrs.org
Additional Information: A large storage console was fabricated and installed in the rear rear cargo area. Like the center console, this module is also made of aluminum and coated in black Line-X. The module was custom designed for the storage of various EMS equipment such as an AED, Auto Pulse, drug bag, intubation kit, CPAP kit, and SMALS kit. A slide-out drawer in the bottom of the unit features a flip-up command board. The entire console is enclosed by hinged doors. On the inside of the left side side door is an accountability board while the right door features a dry erase board. Other features of the console include a 12V outlet, flashlight, mobile radio, and speaker.


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Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad / DPC Quick Response Unit

Client Name: Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad
County: St. Mary's County
State: Maryland
Year: 2011
Manufacturer: DPC
Chassis: 2011 Ford Expedition is designated as EMS 39
Lighting: a pair of Tecniq Orion work lights installed to illuminate the area when the hatch is in the open position. Along the bottom edge of the rear hatch are (6) LED lights (4 red, 2 amber) that will flash when the hatch is open to warn anyone approaching the rear of the vehicle.
Warning Lights: Code 3 RX2700 low-profile LED lightbar with takedown and alley lights, (4) Code 3 XT3 red LED lights behind the grille, (2) Code 3 XT3 red LED front intersection lights, (2) Code 3 XT3 red LED lights in the rear side windows, and (2) Code 3 XT3 red LED lights in the rear window.
Center Console: custom fabricated center console made from aluminum and coated in black Line-X for maximum durability
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: www.lpvrs.org
Additional Information: A large storage console was fabricated and installed in the rear rear cargo area. Like the center console, this module is also made of aluminum and coated in black Line-X. The module was custom designed for the storage of various EMS equipment such as an AED, Auto Pulse, drug bag, intubation kit, CPAP kit, and SMALS kit. A slide-out drawer in the bottom of the unit features a flip-up command board. The entire console is enclosed by hinged doors. On the inside of the left side side door is an accountability board while the right door features a dry erase board. Other features of the console include a 12V outlet, flashlight, mobile radio, and speaker.