Adding to the herd: WMC gets two new ambulances

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Ambulances_eagleWyoming Medical Center’s herd of animals grew by two today — an eagle and a bear. Look for them in mid-December when they hit Casper streets.

All of WMC’s ambulances are now emblazoned with critters found in Wyoming including bighorn sheep, horses, a mountain lion, a mule deer, an elk and a moose. Another animal is added to the herd whenever a new ambulance joins the fleet. The eagle and the bear will replace our buffalo ambulance and the last of our white models.

“We choose animals found in Wyoming to honor the wildlife that we have here in the state, “ said paramedic Eric Evenson.

Our fleet of 10 ambulances responds to more than 7,000 calls every year and each emergency vehicle must be maintained to top performance. We replace one to two ambulances each year to keep the fleet available for calls.

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