I am glad to hear that the East of England Ambulance Service (EEAS) is continuing its fleet modernisation programme. 147 ambulances have already been distributed within EEAS and this latest roll out of new ambulances will mean that by March 2015, its front line crews will be using vehicles which are only 5 years old or less. Paramedics carry out an extremely important role and I am sure that their work will be made easier if they have access to up to date ambulances. I am pleased that one of the stations to benefit from this roll out will be Letchworth. More information about this can be found here.