EMS News

  1. Using a pocketknife, Brown appeared to seek out certain colleagues at the facility in a Tallahassee industrial park.

  2. Americans commemorated 9/11 with solemn ceremonies and vows Wednesday to "never forget" 18 years after the deadliest terror attack on American soil.

  3. Mayor Paul TenHaken said the city was looking into a "breach of protocol" with its outdoor siren warning system.

  4. "These guys were in the worst possible conditions you could imagine a human being to be in,"

  5. The ceremony begins at 8:40 a.m. EST, at the 9/11 Memorial plaza at the World Trade Center site.

  6. President Trump said U.S. peace talks with the Taliban are "dead."

  7. Three engines, one ladder truck, and three medical units remained out of service Monday, according to reports.

  8. The suspects were arrested on felony assault charges afterward.

  9. The explosion may have been triggered by raindrops falling into the hot oil.

  10. The company said, "negotiations continue and we remain dedicated to a resolution that genuinely advances the public interest."

  11. Search and rescue teams are still trying to reach some Bahamian communities isolated by floodwaters and debris.

  12. "So, I'm just going to keep going, and, as soon as I can, I'm going to be back to work."

  13. Thirty-person team joins 129 ambulance and emergency management personnel who are already deployed from Tennessee.

  14. The building only two exits and no smoke detectors, fire alarms, or sprinklers, prosecutors say.

  15. Officials found a male and a female passed out in the car, according to a Facebook post from the Rush Volunteer Fire Department.

  16. Tens of thousands of people are without power along the Southeast U.S. seaboard.

  17. Retailers will have 30 days to comply with the rules, which is expected to be challenged in court.

  18. Officials have not determined what sickened the middle-aged adult.

  19. Austin police say the distress code for medics is a possibility.

  20. 34 people died as fire engulfed their dive boat off the Southern California coast.

  21. At least seven deaths were reported in the Bahamas, with the full scope of the disaster still unknown.

  22. These decisions are hard because both choices – evacuating or sheltering in place – present risks.

  23. A tour bus carrying Chinese tourists flipped in rainy weather near a New Zealand tourist town Wednesday morning, killing five Chinese nationals and seriously injuring two others, police said.

  24. Report: at least 30 shots were fired, but none of the bullets hit anyone or the ambulance.

  25. "We are in the midst of a historic tragedy," Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said.

  26. Dive boat with 30 passengers became engulfed in flames in the middle of the night.

  27. Over 100 people were evacuated from the Fairmont Hotel due to a chemical odor.

  28. The nine on board the plane included two pilots, two nurses, a doctor, a patient, the patient's wife and two other people.

  29. Press Trust of India news agency said another three firefighters were injured and hospitalized.

  30. Suspect hijacked a U.S. Postal Service vehicle and began firing at random in Odessa and Midland.

  31. President Trump declared a state of emergency in Florida, authorizes FEMA to coordinate disaster-relief efforts.

  32. “Not a lot of people really see what goes on.”

  33. The 66 pounds of seized fentanyl was intended for an area in southeastern Virginia.

  34. States and local governments would split the settlement cash following formulas that have already been developed.

  35. The furry friends are part of the Teddy Bear Patrol, an initiative used to comfort kids traumatized during an emergency.

  36. The study will recruit 20 nightshift and 20 dayshift EMS clinicians in Western New York.

  37. Death toll is highest since 2008 and 28% higher than in 2012.

  38. Storm did limited damage to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

  39. Officials say the missing signs can mean the difference of life and death.

  40. Naloxone evidence-based guideline, other opioid-related material available to support local and state efforts to reduce overdose deaths across the country.

  41. Squad treasurer and operations supervisor in Pennsylvania guilty of stealing more than $100k from the squad and conspiring to commit insurance fraud.

  42. U.S. territory facing its first major test of emergency preparedness since the 2017 devastation of Hurricane Maria.

  43. A report by NBC News said the privately held company has offered to settle for $10 billion to $12 billion.

  44. "It is medications you would never believe, and the list is long, and will make you shake your head.”

  45. A suspect in a stabbing stole a police SUV and crashed it into a van carrying children.

  46. The solution? Undercut the free market by using Medicaid to treat air ambulances like a public utility.

  47. A still-uncertain long-term track shows the storm near Florida over the weekend.

  48. The county reportedly says it is only looking to see what areas in the service can be improved.

  49. A 36-year-old was killed and several were hurt after a demolition derby car left the track.

  50. Patients began dying at the rehabilitation center days after the devastating hurricane struck Florida amid widespread power outages.