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No one was inside of the vehicle and no injuries were reported ...
Bitcoin, also known as blockchain, can upload pre-incident plans, help 911 services obtain information during high volume times, employee memos and log equipment inventory ...
Black boxes from both trains have been recovered and are now being analyzed, which should show what went wrong. ...
One person suffered several broken bones and the others were less seriously injured with cuts and bruises. ...
Fire officials said the firefighter's injuries are serious, but he is in stable condition ...
A $250,000 Community Development Block Grant allowed the purchase of a new ambulance ...
Eric Oviedo suffered moderate injuries, including some rib fractures, a head laceration, a concussion and several bumps and bruises ...
First responders were able to free the unresponsive man by pushing his vehicle away from the wall. ...
An unstable pile of sharp steel sheets pinning a worker's leg raised questions of field amputation and rescuer safety; here's how we handled it. ...
Three people from the other cars were taken to a hospital with minor injuries; no firefighters were hurt ...
The collapsed red metal lattice landed across an intersection and stretched much of a block after the accident ...
HOUSTON — A Houston firefighter is recovering after suffering an electrical shock while battling an apartment fire. ABC13.com reported that the firefighter was inside an ...
The Associated Press PALOS VERDES ESTATES, Calif. — It's hard to know what was more amazing: An out-of-control car ending up on the roof of a Southern California house or ...
James Varnell, 53, was preparing to leave the training event when he became ill ...
A fire captain was transported with a back injury after falling from being tangled in hose lines and another firefighter injured his shoulder ...
Fire and EMS providers have a duty to make a good-faith effort to provide competent, efficient and compassionate emergency care to everyone in need. ...
Firefighters, EMTs and paramedics have an obligation to respond regardless of their opinions about addiction and Narcan. ...
The children, ages 5 and 2, said their mother was at work; smoke alarms were not working at the time ...
Commissioner Hood Richardson said he was concerned about the training they had in order to be able to provide medical services ...
Kaitlyn Carlson, 22, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.247, which is more than three times the legal threshold. ...



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