EMS is the standard medical service of any city. It is responsible for bringing a mini hospital to the injured, so naturally the vehicles have to be in tip-top shape. This is a 2009 Chevy G3500 Ambulance which is utilized by the Mitford County Fire Department. It is Ambulance 7, and it serves with Station 2 as it's only ambulance, and the department's second of two ambulances.
This ambulance is similar to Medic 19 from Station 1, except it is a BLS (Basic Life Support) medic, while Medic 19 is ALS (Advanced Life Support). It is equipped with equipment similar to a hospital room, and is capable of treating a patient on the way to the hospital by treating minor injuries. The callout of this ambulance is special because it all depends on the call type. It is staffed at all times by two EMT's. It has an all red Code 3 MX7000 lightbar, and a PA300 siren.
I like it, except your comment that EMS' job is to "get injured people to the hospital as quickly as possible" is a little bit off. These days, EMS organizations have the job of saving lives and treating medical emergencies, injuries and sickness, while not yet at the hospital, and then getting them to the hospital. The focus is not on simply getting the patient from one place to another.