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MG ZT-Ts join Midlands ambulance fleet

MG Rover is stepping up its presence on high-profile fleets with a deal for two ZT-T rapid response vehicles for West Midlands and Shropshire Ambulance Service.

The rapid response MG specification is a standard ZT-T 190, including air conditioning and 18-inch alloy wheels, but the car has been fitted with an optional integral load space cassette for incident equipment, including oxygen, cardiac defibrillators, maternity and paediatric pack, burns bag, cervical collars, splints and a first aid bag.

Bob Seaward, deputy chief executive and director of operations for the ambulance service, said: 'I am always looking at new initiatives to help in the delivery of patient care to the communities.

'When we evaluated the MG ZT-T we were most impressed with its performance and considered this would help our staff in providing the best possible response to emergencies within our operational area.

'The two ZT-Ts will be used by incident commanders who will operate these vehicles 24 hours a day, responding to life threatening incidents across the West Midlands and Shropshire.'

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