UTI goes home, occasionally medics, or, very occasionally, Urology, but only if you can blame it on a piece of their plastic.
Agreed. Fire only ever attend as part of an existing CFR agreement.
If anything, you'd expect police to attend a dead child.
renalmedic I'm not quite following your argument - are you implying that outside London there is nothing that happens that requires any form of ambulance command unit? Up here in Scotland, much more rural than most of England, ambulance command units are among some of the most regularly deployed special resources in the entire country (including other services). To say that they only go to pre-planned incidents when some ambulance command units in the busiest areas get mobilised 3, 4 or even 5 times per day is simply absurd.
I'm saying that working alongside four ambulance services for the last decade, going to predominantly serious, major and otherwise interesting incidents and working academically in PHEM, I've never seen them deployed.
I'm saying that I know that LAS that they use theirs a bit more frequently and that some days they even have the spare dispatchers to properly staff them!
If you say that you have dispatchers on a mobile command unit running on jobs 5 times a day in Scotland I'll believe you, at least until I can catch up with one of their EPRR blokes.
But, the final thing I'm saying is that none of this remotely convince me that ambulance service CUs should be operating as fire service CUs in game.
YAS Manor Mill Resource Centre,
Manor Mill Ln, Beeston, Leeds, LS11 8LZ
EMAS Mansfield Operational Support Base, Hamilton Way, Mansfield, NG18 5FA
I'm not sure whether ambulance services beyond London ever really use command units other than at preplanned events.
In EEAST and London, IRO & LOM vehicles are set up with the ability to do a some of that function. In practice, we'll all just use Fire's command trucks.
Ambo command vehicles are however, very different and distinct from the SIRU (or whatever it's replacement is going to be) and I wouldn't want to see a merger of them in game.
I'd be happy to lose them from the game - I certainly never use them. But somce they're here, I think they should operate as an AO rather than as a fire command unit.
An update about a year ago removed the need for HEMS from all missions.
The only time they might be needed now is for alliance large scale missions.
SAR Pt.2 has launched with the following vehicles:
- Control Van
- Operational Support Van
- Boat Trailer
- Drone Vehicle
- Drone Unit (Police & Fire)
- Personal Search and Rescue Vehicle
- Search and Rescue 4x4
- Fly Car
I'll be honest no clue what any of this means apart from the drone units
I presume its some sort of lowland SAR
Anyone done RNLI lifeguards so far?
Where and how you built their stuff?
I play realistic(ish).
The RNLI website shows beaches where they have lifeguards. There are two problems; first there are a *lot* of them, there are also lots of places where lifeguards are provided by other organisations. Realistically, they don't all have 4x4s and jetskis but the missions in the game mean that you need to have quite a lot of them (expect you don't, cos the missions are relatively rare).
I've built a Lifeboat Station for each RNLI lifeguard covered beach in my patch (~100 so far) and where I can find a local authority of volunteer lifeguard org. Each has one 4x4 and one rescue watercraft trailer. They generate overwhelmingly more major cruise liner evacuations than swimmers in difficulty.
Severn Area Rescue Association. Another of the voluntary SAR orgs.
Some of their 'stations' have hovercraft, lifeboats, boats on trailers, mud rescue, rope rescue and flood rescue. So hard to do realistically. They also have a lowland rescue & mountain rescue (at Beachley) capability so probably won't play well with SAR2 either.
If 'Risk Fan Escort' is what i think it is - Millwall verus West Ham? - then perhaps that should be on the scheduled list too...
Name/Type of Mission: Flu Outbreak
Units Required: Ambulance
POI Required (Use “none” if not needed): None
Critical Care Chance: 10%
Credit Reward: 500
Noro in a Nursing Home?
Isn't there a POI for sheltered housing? Would that help?
This mission has come up in my scheduled missions with a start time in a couple of hours.
Just like Live Lane Breakdown and Flooding on Carriageway...
The RTC missions are all a bit odd.
A non injury crash gets two police cars and a motorbike versus pedestrian - which is an RPU job every day of the week - gets none?
Small police stations can only have one extension - Airport Policing OR Airport Operations.
Had you build the Ops expansion you would be able to buy the Ops Supervisor, Ops Vehicle & Trailer but *not* not Armed Cell Van
I don't think it adds a great deal, but I will give you kudos for the effort involved in this post!
Fixed Winged Ambulance
Training critical care
inter island transfer
Medivac (from airport to airport with ambulance required at both ends)
Repatriation (timed mission)
Organ transfer (timed mission)
Complex game concept. But I like it!