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Fire officials were unable to produce documentation showing firefighters had been properly trained to use the equipment
The Associated Press MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee firefighter suffered a graze wound after gunshots were fired at an ambulance. According to a city news release, the fire
WHITTIER, Calif. — A former CARE Ambulance Service employee is suspected of drunk driving after stealing an ambulance and crashing it into a fire hydrant in Santa Fe Springs,
The man drove through a red light, striking a transit bus which caused the ambulance to overturn several times
Four medics suffered minor injuries following a collision between an ambulance and a bus
None of their injuries were serious; they suffered neck and back pain
Two paramedics were inside treating a patient with shortness of breath when a single bullet hit the ambulance
EMT Siren and the FDNY150 Ambulance will represent FDNY in parades and community events throughout the year FRAZIER PARK, Calif. — Two people are dead following a crash east of Frazier Park Wednesday night, according to a spokesperson with the Kern County Fire
The driver of the stolen ambulance, estimated to be traveling at 100 mph, may have intentionally collided with the semi-truck
Three firefighters, their patient and a family member were able to escape the ambulance and cross to dry ground
The Ferno 2020 Vision Proof of Concept vehicle creates a safer, more efficient and intelligent delivery of care
The recalls are related to sudden engine shut down and malfunctioning handles that may cause doors to open during a crash.
JACKSON COUNTY, Fla. — A firefighter-paramedic was injured when a car slammed into the ambulance as crews were about to transport a driver injured in a crash. Jackson County
A medic blacked out at the wheel and collided with the ambulance he was following; both medics are in stable condition
Medics attempted to extinguish the fire with portable extinguishers; there was major damage to the engine
Calif. firefighters woke to the smell of smoke and used a garden hose to put out the blaze
With NFPA taking over the new ambulance standard process, here's a look at what it means and how we got here.
The firefighter sitting in the back was able to jump out safely; the patient was later arrested
The city bought five engines, two ladders and four ambulances, purchases delayed by the recession.