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24-year-old female FF/EMT found dead in her vehicle

- 03/23/2015

Standard-Speaker CARBON COUNTY, Pa. — A young Freeland woman was found deceased in her vehicle Saturday night in Carbon County. The circumstances surrounding the death of 24-year-old ...

Co-workers of N.C. medic killed in wreck appreciate support

- 01/16/2015

By Kenwyn Caranna News & Record WENTWORTH, N.C. — Rockingham County emergency workers have been overwhelmed with offers of support to help them attend the funeral of an EMS captain ...

Off-duty Ohio paramedic killed in construction accident

- 11/14/2014

AVON LAKE, Ohio — An off-duty firefighter working a construction job died Thursday afternoon when a wall collapsed on him. The Chronicle-Telegram reported that Avon Lake firefighter ...

City blames "cumbersome’ FDNY dispatch system for kids’ death

- 10/22/2014

By Matthew Chayes Newsday NEW YORK — A city investigation released Tuesday criticized the FDNY's "unacceptably flawed" emergency-dispatch system and blamed the "unduly ...

1 dead in W.Va. ambulance collision

- 10/09/2014

A motorist hit an ambulance, rolling it and killing a 71-year-old patient

1 dead in W.Va. ambulance collision

- 10/09/2014

PRINCETON, W.Va. — A 71-year-old woman died when the ambulance transporting her to a doctor's appointment collided with another car near Princeton, W. Va. There is no word yet if ...

Quick Clip: Should EMS stop transporting cardiac arrest patients?

- 09/11/2014

Download this quick clip on iTunes, SoundCloud or via RSS feed In this week’s Inside EMS podcast quick clip, hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the EMS1 column “Should ...

Should EMS stop prolonging death?

- 09/09/2014

It’s a hard truth, but all of us are going to die; every one of us. A few of us will die peacefully. Less than one in five of us will die in our homes. Most of us will find our way into ...

5 sealed underground in collapsed Bosnian mine

- 09/05/2014

The Associated Press ZENICA, Bosnia-Herzegovina — One by one, rescue workers pulled 29 miners out of a trouble-plagued coalmine Friday after it had collapsed a day earlier in central ...

5 dead in Colo. plane crash

- 09/02/2014

The Associated Press ERIE, Colo. — A spokesman for the National Transportation Board says all five people aboard a small plane that crashed near an airport north of Denver have died. NTSB ...

LODD: S.C. EMT dies in ambulance after patient transport

- 05/22/2014

DARLINGTON, S.C. — Friends family and colleagues are mourning the death of Chesterfield EMS FirstHealth ambulance service Steve Phillips, 50, of Monroe, N.C., who died Tuesday after dropping ...

Coroner investigating death of S.C. EMS worker

- 05/21/2014

DARLINGTON, S.C. — The Darlington County coroner is investigating the death of an EMS worker who died in the back of an ambulance after transporting a patient. The workers partner attempted ...

Wis. medic dies after battle with colon cancer

- 05/02/2014

The department is mourning the loss of Denise Waterman, an engineer and paramedic for 16 years

Wis. medic dies after battle with colon cancer

- 05/02/2014 EAU CLAIRE, Wis. — It is a difficult day for the Eau Claire Fire Department, as it has lost one of its own. The department is mourning the loss of friend and colleague, Denise ...

DC lieutenant retires with no disciplinary action for not helping dying man

- 04/15/2014

She will skirt charges because the retirement board OK'd her request before the trial board determined a punishment for not helping aiding a man who suffered a heart attack across from her fire house

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