This view of the back of Car 32 shows how it is equipped. On the right is a rack holding the first aid supplies, all in canvas "kits" for portability away from the unit. Note the microphones and radios mounted at the top of this rack. These allow the EMT to communicate without having to enter the truck's cab.
To the left is a long, flat carpeted bed. This area is designed to hold a litter (stowed underneath) when Car 32 is used off-the-road and must transport a victim through difficult terrain. (Remember that 55% of Long Hill Township is undeveloped, and includes over 3500 acres of public parkland, 12.4 miles of mostly-inaccessible riverfront, and 8 miles of power transmission line right-of-way.)
Below the rack on the right side is a slide-out tray with a plastic-covered worksheet underneath. At a serious incident, the "Incident Commander" would use this form to keep track of injuries, resources, schedules, available personnel, etc. in one convenient and accessible place.