05 October 2011

Evolution: Ambulances

Most ambulances for the South Western Ambulance NHS Trust (and its precdessors)for quite a few years have been supplied by either Renault, or Mercedes. Westcountry Ambulance M237UYD Westcountry Ambulance P725ADV Westcountry Ambulance 643 R807FDX Westcountry Ambulance T391YDV South Western Ambulance WX06UVA South Western Ambulance VX09FYP

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