Gear: TraumaHawk 2K

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TraumaHawk 2K

AEV
Category: Apparatus
Subcategory: Ambulances
Average Rating:
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Member Reviews

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    amanda, Sat, 12 Jan 2008 14:02:29 UTC.
    1st review

    we use to have these i think they are alot easer to drive but there is not much room in the back or leg room in the front i like the box trucks the best...

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    Account Removed, Sun, 02 Mar 2008 14:52:41 UTC.

    no they don't have much room anywhere,but they get the job done in places that are tight and need 4x4(if you have a 4x4 unit)

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    weaver1436, Mon, 03 Mar 2008 06:00:12 UTC.

    they get the job done but not much leg room.

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    ahk_51, Tue, 11 Mar 2008 03:40:01 UTC.

    A great vehicle.... we use this as a command vehicle and a secondary EMS (MFR) rig..... its small size is perfect for all the 2-tracks we have in Northern Michigan.

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    JCHSMedic, Thu, 15 May 2008 23:51:56 UTC.

    It's A Great Machine!

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    Firefighter5709, Mon, 22 Sep 2008 00:28:58 UTC.

    We have several of these Ambulances in service in Anniston. In my opinion these are some of the best ambulances that one could buy. The van design is ideal when transporting with just one personell in the module.

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    welliott9, Thu, 23 Oct 2008 21:20:23 UTC.

    very partial to these type units, for the company i work for this is all we have. makes nice to get into to tight places

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    firegod3, Mon, 02 Feb 2009 21:24:19 UTC.

    These things are too cramped and way too top heavy. Very dangerous especially in high wind areas and rural settings with narrow, winding roads.

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    Fireglassems, Thu, 02 Jul 2009 12:06:45 UTC.

    Ya'll are right not much room inside the rig, but, it manuvers well in tight city traffic and in rural areas as long as you are not trying to beat an airplane to your destination.

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    Brad1100, Thu, 09 Jul 2009 03:10:48 UTC.

    In my opinion there is only one advantage to this type, it is a more comfortable ride for the patient. The downfall is there is no leg room and hardly any room in the back

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    sandy2501, Fri, 07 Aug 2009 13:16:31 UTC.

    ugh

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    msmed236, Sat, 03 Oct 2009 04:49:18 UTC.

    Really hard to go back to after running in a box rig. The room to work is non exsisting.

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    stringer, Mon, 30 Nov 2009 19:58:25 UTC.

    good for a bls unit

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    joemartin89, Fri, 19 Aug 2011 18:02:23 UTC.

    As a paramedic, I don't like type II ambulances because I don't have the room to work. For BLS it will do. They have a smooth ride which keeps people happy for inter-facility transfers, but don't use they as 9-1-1 ambulances.

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