(WXYZ) - It's a deal that has been in the making for months and now we are learning the new emergency vehicles for the Detroit are close to hitting the streets.
Action News was given exclusive access to check out the new vehicles. Ten ambulances are near completion and could be in service within the next couple of weeks-- 13 more ambulances are on back order.
All 100 police cruisers have been purchased. The new fleet will be made up of Dodge Chargers, Chevy Caprice, and Ford Interceptors.
They are being outfitted lights, cameras, computers and other electronics.
The new emergency vehicles are being donated to the City of Detroit.
It's part of a collaborative effort between Mayor Dave Bing and several companies, including GM, Ford, Chrysler, Penske, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Quicken Loans, Kresge Foundation and Platinum Equity.
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