What is in an Emergency Aid Vehicle

Obviously, aid vehicles are loaded with a huge variety of medical equipment. Instead of listing every single item, assume that the following "kits" can be assembled from
the gear carried inside.
• 1 crash cart
• 4 trauma kits
• 6 first-aid kits
• 1 basic evidence kit
In addition, aid vehicles contain a large number of non-medical equipment, allowing them to provide assistance under almost any circumstance.
• CB radio (as professional walkie-talkie with twice the range)
• GPS receiver
• Maps (road atlas)
• Flashlights (2 standard, 4 penlights, 1 battery flood)
• Cellular phone
• Basic mechanical tool kit (including duct tape, boltcutters, multipurpose tool)
• Rope (50 feet)
• Blankets
• Physical restraints (equivalent to handcuffs)
• Sand bags (for stabilization)
• Wood blocks (for setting tires)
• Searchlight (as a battery flood flashlight, but twice the range; mounted on vehicle)
• Winch and cable
• Hydraulic compressor (50% chance; mounted on outside of vehicle)
• Jaws of life (only if there is a hydraulic compressor)
• Metal cutting saw (only if there is a hydraulic compressor)
• Tire chains (+2 bonus on Drive checks on icy surfaces)