Retired Scott Township EMS Ambulances
Owned by Bower Hill VFD, Glendale Hose Co. No. 1, and jointly owned
The first Medic 741 was the first ambulance that Bower Hill supplied to Scott Township EMS. It was a 1994 Ford with a KJT Sentinel conversion. It was used by Bower Hill from 1995 to June 1, 1997, then was assigned to Scott Township EMS. It kept the Bower Hill name in the red stripe on its side until it was retired.
The first Medic 742 was supplied by Glendale Hose Co, No. 1. It was a 1995 Ford with a Medtec Type III conversion. It was unique among STEMS ambulances with its teal and silver striping. It served as Glendale Ambulance 16-2 from 1995 to June 1, 1997, when it became STEMS Medic 742
The first Medic 743 had been Glendale Ambulance 16-1. It was a 1988 Ford with a Yankee Coach Lexington (Type I) conversion. It served as a backup to the two primary ambulances.
The second Medic 741. In 2002, Bower Hill and Glendale Hose Co. No. 1 each purchased identical 2001 Ford ambulances with Medtec Saturn III modules. These were used by Scott Township EMS. Medic 741 was owned by Bower Hill, and Medic 742 was owned by Glendale, and each had the owner's department emblem on the door.
The second Medic 742 was Glendale's 2002 purchase of a 2001 Ford with a Medtec Saturn III module. It was identical to the one purchased by Bower Hill as Medic 741.
The second Medic 743. In 2004, Bower Hill and Glendale jointly purchased this 1994 Ford E350 van with a Medtec high-top conversion for Scott Township EMS use. It was purchased used as a back-up vehicle for cases where one of the primary ambulances was down for repair.
The third Medic 743. In 2007, Bower Hill and Glendale jointly purchased this 1997 Ford E350 cutaway van with a Braun "mini-mod" conversion to replace the 1994 van for Scott Township EMS use. It was purchased used, and served for four years.
The first Medic 744. In 2008, Bower Hill and Glendale jointly purchased this used 2001 Ford E350 cutaway van with a Braun Express mini-mod conversion to increase available staffing for Scott Township EMS. It served for three years, and when sold, was still worth almost half of its original purchase price.