The Emergency Heroes, a futuristic organisation working to keep the city of San Alto safe from harm. No emergency is too big for them, fires, accidents, criminals, they can handle it all...until today.
When disaster strikes the head of the Emergency Heroes, Captain Walters, is forced to call on young Zach Harper for help. Zach is a former cadet with a natural talent for driving but he never finished the training. Now, guided by the Captain and his assistant Kelly, Zach must save San Alto before it's too late!
Emergency Heroes offers players a variety of missions and more than 45 vehicles including police cars, fire engines and rescue vehicles, as well as a navigation map and a spectacular Hero mode.
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