1995 Chevrolet Blazer EMS Support Unit
In February of 1995 the fire company decided to replace the current EMS vehicle with a four wheel drive vehicle capable of carrying all the necessary equipment that was now required of an EMS support unit. The fire company tested several vehicles and voted to purchase a Chevrolet Blazer in March of 1995. The unit arrived in Bel Air in April of 1995 and was outfitted and placed into service on June 7, 1995. As an EMS Support Unit it would respond on all Cardiac Arrests and other emergencies. The unit carried all the modern medical equipment and also a Thumper device.
The unit was involved in an accident on February 18, 2000 and due to the extent of the damage was placed out of service and would be replaced with a new unit.