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It appears that AHS has received a new batch of EMS units. Was near the Calgary N.E. facility yesterday afternoon and spotted a whole bunch of new units. They all look the same as the 2700's that we received over the last couple of years. The highest 2700 series I knew of until a few days ago was #2794 until the other day when I spotted 2841 on the road. Yesterdays find revealed #2796 and several 2800's numbered as high as #2849. I do not have photos as I did not realize that I did not have my CF card in my camara until later on in the day. dry.png

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Those units have been sitting there for some time now - I first saw them about a month ago and saw them again when I drove by last week. They`re looking good!

Most are now in service. But check out this one that I found earlier today. #2854. Was a bit surprised to find it was not like the other new AHS units:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/vehicle-images/7168216711/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/vehicle-images/7168216921/

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Recently, I have been seeing more new AHS units numbered higher than #2854. Have spotted #2880 and a 287x series.

Here are a couple of photos from last month of a couple of the older units.. #'s 2747 and 2750 captured at the same intersection within a few seconds of each other, but with emergency lights and sirens flashing:

220213-3306ahs2750

220213-3304ahs2747

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That'd be a Eldarado not a Nova.

http://www.edmontonsun.com/videos/4226054812001

It's the replacement for this.

17253034968_78a539db09_z.jpgAHS Mass Casualty Unit by Andrew Stott, on Flickr

Yeah, this ex-Edmonton Health 1983 Orion I 01.504 which is powered by the Detroit Diesel 6V71N engine and Allison MT644 transmission.

~Ben

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