Re: A Sad Day.......

Posted by LINC400 On 2010/8/23 14:12:44
That is actually more common than you would think. In small towns, the undertaker usually ran the town's ambulance service as well as providing the usual undertakers duties. Hearses and ambulances were quite expensive, and a little funeral home could not afford to buy one of each. So combination coaches were offered. Simple medical equipment could be installed and removed, ambulance lights installed and removed, and panels on the side could be changed from ambulance crosses to hearse padded vinyl and landau bars. I guess you could just pull over and change side panels and directions if things didn't go too well for the patient.

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