Hong Kong's fire chief is confident staff are fully equipped to cope with any emergency at Disneyland. Fire Services director Anthony Lam Chun-man made the prediction at the opening yesterday of the Penny's Bay fire and ambulance station, which cost $170 million. Staffed by 116 firemen and 20 medical workers, working three daily shifts, it has 10 emergency vehicles, including two ambulances. As well as serving Disneyland, the station will provide backup for emergencies on Lantau, including at Discovery Bay and Tung Chung. 'On average, each ambulance in Hong Kong handles six cases a day,' Mr Lam said. 'During the final rehearsals of Disneyland, three calls for ambulances have been made every day. The new fire station should be able to support the theme park.' He said consideration had been given to the special features of the theme park. The station has a diving tender in case of emergencies at Inspiration Lake. To handle the narrow passages at some of the scenic spots, it has an emergency motorcycle and light rescue unit.