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Shogun on call

GLOUCESTER ambulance service has taken delivery of a Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DI-D equipped with medical equipment, blue lights, siren, flashing headlamps and ambulance livery.

The 4x4 will be used to transport patients and has been given an adapted braking system which enables each brake to work independently, improving stability in emergencies. The suspension has also been altered to minimise vibration.

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