The Benemérito Fire Department of Guayaquil (Ecuador) has presented to the media the 25 units converted to ambulances by Rodríguez López Auto.
With the aim of renewing the fleet, 19 Type II Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4x2 ambulance units have been developed in the L2 H2 version, and 6 Toyota Land Cruiser 4x4 units to guarantee service in difficult areas access.
For this last model the roof of the original body has been raised to achieve an interior height of more than 1.50 m, giving the ambulance a greater interior space in a vehicle of these characteristics, equipping a stretcher, a bench of two places with two-point safety belts and furniture to store all the necessary medical and electro-medical equipment.
As for the Sprinter model, it retains the design that has been developed for ambulances according to the type of the TRIPLE K norm, with the addition of a three-seat bench with two-point seat belts, convertible into a second stretcher using the spine board, and with integrated support in the stretcher itself. In addition, the 19 units equip the integral 360º emergency signaling spoiler, RLAF1.
Ambulance Toyota Land Cruiser 4x4 Type II
Ambulance Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Type II
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