The very rapid population growth of the Estero Fire District required Estero Fire Rescue (EFR) to modernize its fleet of emergency vehicles. Not only were additional vehicles needed to meet the demands of the growing community, these vehicles needed to be state-of -the-art, in order to efficiently deliver the advance life support (ALS) services for which the community was asking. Consequently, the vast majority of emergency calls in Estero are mitigated with the help of vehicles that are practically new by industry standards. EFR still keeps a few of the older vehicles as reserve units. Brush trucks and a tanker round out the fleet.
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