Euroa gets new vehicle

READY TO ROLL: The Euroa Ambulance team in front of their new 4x4 Mercedes Sprinter are (from left) Kylie Moffat, Annie Kubeil, Lily Moffat, Brian Moffat, Noelle Manson, Keith Barnes, Lyn Asquith, Craig Asquith and John Morris.PHOTO: Will MurrayREADY TO ROLL: The Euroa Ambulance team in front of their new 4x4 Mercedes Sprinter are (from left) Kylie Moffat, Annie Kubeil, Lily Moffat, Brian Moffat, Noelle Manson, Keith Barnes, Lyn Asquith, Craig Asquith and John Morris.PHOTO: Will Murray

EIGHTEEN months of tireless fundraising by the Ambulance Auxiliary Service in Euroa, and generous donations from various organisations and individuals in the community has resulted in a brand new, four wheel drive ambulance for Euroa’s station.
“Around three years ago we identified that, given our surrounding terrain and the difficulties we were facing in getting to a lot of patients out on farms or horse studs, we needed to apply for our two-wheel drive ambulance to be replaced with a 4×4,” Euroa paramedic Brian Moffat said.

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