More than 50 area First Responders participate in a “Safety Stop” at Talladega Superspeedway. Safety equipment, in the form of two medic helicopters, a fire truck and two ambulances, converged at the Superspeedway, today. It’s part of Air Methods Great American Safety Drive. The event was part of a 12-city cross-country tour that began in Santa Monica, CA on May 31, and will end Sunday in Hilton Head, SC. The tour is designed to demonstrate the industry’s commitment to safety for medical crews and the patients they serve. In the track’s media center local first responders were treated to a half day of safety education. In addition to the safety equipment, first responders are pictured behind a classic Chevrolet Corvette, with the Talladega GEICO 500 Ford Mustang and the Ford Thunderbird that led the cross-country tour riding the track’s middle lane.