South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service
Dating from 1999 and still in front line service in 2016
Fire and Rescue Ambulance. This is an ambulance that is manned by firefighters and is used when it is much closer to an incident than a regular ambulance. If required, the patient can be transported to hospital in it or alternatively be handed over to the local ambulance service. This is the first of a wave of fire-ambulance vehicles that began appearing in the UK from 2015.
States of Jersey FRS
Amdac Carmichael Mitsubishi Fuso Canter rescue tender
This small fire appliance is just 6m long and 2m wide and is powered by a 3-lire engine. The cab can carry just two firefighters. All of the scene and emergency lighting around the vehicle are LEDs and it has full CCTV coverage too. The images show a closer look at the front winch and the red and blue flashing lights that are legal in Jersey but not in the UK.