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Old 07-14-2017, 07:46 PM
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Don't know that I've ever seen someone mount a cot bar on the passenger side. I guess I could see why, if you can get two stretchers in side by side with no need for an attendant, just never seen it before. Then again, it could be part of the "custom build." Something you ambulance folks seen before or done in your old service?
I knew of a shady ambulance service here in MD that used exclusively 70s S&S ambulances (in the 80s). They had two cots, and would frequently transport patients on both cots, with both members of the crew riding up front. When ambulance regulations came into place, they closed down.
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