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To The Rescue: Man Converts Ambulance Into Mobile Ski Shop

Mobile-Shop The man behind the wheel of Rescue Unit #70.

When Taylor Hatten drives up to a house, the neighbors get concerned.

Sometimes they come over to ask, “What’s wrong?”

“Pretty reasonable mistake to make,” said Hatten, the man behind the wheel of Rescue Unit #70, which at first glance looks like an ambulance.

“I haven’t done much to change the exterior,” Hatten said of the vehicle. “I’ll get my logo on there, eventually.”

He has put solar panels on top, but those aren’t too noticeable, and “Rawlins County” is still visible in outline on the back and sides. And, yes, the lights and siren still work.

 Read the full story at GJSentinel.com

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