As wildfires rage in California, Hall Ambulance Service has deployed an ambulance strike team to help with emergency medical needs.
The service was sent to the CZU Lightning Complex in the Santa Cruz area, the service said in a Facebook post.
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The strike team consists of five ambulances that is staffed by a paramedic and an emergency medical technician, and a state-issued disaster medical supply unit (DMSU).
The MDSU is staffed by a paramedic field supervisor and is stocked with medical supplies and equipment used during large scale disasters and multi-casualty incidents.