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  1. Saw this earlier on Flickr, what a beauty.
  2. SMG just recently leased a piece of property at 723 E. Bradley where they plan to house E19 at a temporary station, i'm not sure when they will move to the new location but I would imagine some time soon, SMG has also come to an agreement with OES to take OES292 into their fleet.
  3. RIP
  4. That's a nice color scheme
  5. CSA69 might be getting a 5th medic unit sometime soon but it would be on a trial basis at first by the sounds of it, I would imagine it would be medic 1? And here is a few paragraphs on whats going on with The City of San Diego and AMR. A city timeline predicts a “request for proposals” could be sent out next summer, after city officials craft a proposal and the state approves it. That would possibly allow the city to have a new agreement in place by summer 2019, one year before the existing deal with American Medical Response is due to expire. The city has previously been prevented from issuing a request for proposals by legal questions related to the county’s potential role in the process, but those questions are no longer a roadblock. The city’s Independent Budget Analyst, Andrea Tevlin, said last week that the city would likely benefit from approving the proposed contract changes and then forging a new long-term contract that better meets the city’s evolving emergency response needs. Tevlin, however, said the significant policy changes sought by American Medical Response could have “unintended consequences,” making it crucial for the city’s Fire Department to be vigilant and keep city leaders updated on changes in response times. The City Council is scheduled to consider the proposed contract changes at a meeting scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. on Tuesday at City Hall, 202 C St. Full Article
  6. I was tuning in on my scanner to the catch the structure fire traffic and got the recording of B3 contacting Heartland about the TC. Here is the recording if anyone is interested, https://vocaroo.com/i/s1uVAEfRMHKv B3 contacts Heartland at 00:21. Glad everyone made it out uninjured.
  7. From what I've seen they no longer have it and I believe it's now county Engine 24.
  8. What a beauty
  9. A couple of days ago I heard Medic 4 and Heartland dispatch giving some new radios some names on a new Medic rig, looks like it's a red one and no longer Chevy according this picture Lakeside Fire just uploaded on twitter.
  10. I had heard the other day on the scanner "Rescue 46" letting Heartland know they were available at station 22, I thought I might have possibly heard it wrong but according to a Facebook post by San Miguel Firefighters Foundation what I heard was correct. It looks like Rescue 15 is currently running as Rescue 46 but still numbered as 15? Anyone have any info on this?
  11. New website https://www.sanmiguelfire.net/
  12. I'm not entirely sure what HTL? and MH? are but I know the AMR units in El Cajon let Heartland know what code they are transporting which i believe is the severity of their transport. Here is a list of the codes I found online, im not sure if these codes are exactly the ones AMR uses. Code 10 Critical Trauma case Code 20 Acute Trauma case Code 30 Trauma case Code 40 Serious case (IV started) Code 50 Basic transport (not serious)
  13. New logo looking good on one of the new Spartans.
  14. City of El Cajon 6-13-17 (Budget)Joint Special Meeting Agenda Anyone have any more information on this? Would this be a Squad type unit?