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A father quit his job and became a first responder after a firefighter saved his 17-year-old autistic son from choking during a seizure ...
He attacked the blaze so responders could extricate a man, who later died, from a burning car after a collision ...
After getting his own financial problems in order, he's paying it forward by raising more than $1,000 so far for a struggling family ...
Fundraising for others is an important way for him and his fiancée to give back ...
We rounded up five of the top stories that show EMS providers going above and beyond the call of duty ...
She had two broken legs and a severed femoral artery from a compound fracture; he applied a tourniquet and treated her for shock until medics arrived ...
A man who lives under the bridge helped her out of the water, walked her to a responding ambulance, then "kind of disappeared in the midst of the whole thing" ...
Despite their own injuries, they extricated themselves from their rolled ambulance and aided two other people hurt in a collision ...
She helped deliver the baby in the front seat of her truck about a half-mile from the hospital ...
EMT Ben Foley saw a collision on the way to a Christmas party, and stopped to help a semi-conscious driver as the vehicle filled with smoke ...
He stopped to a help at a collision on a bridge and pulled a semi-conscious driver from the vehicle as he saw flames ...
The on-call medic’s quick response saved the station, and a firefighter trapped inside ...
Brad Welch, 28, a paramedic and trained firefighter, raced across a parking lot from his home, started a fire engine and extinguished the flames after hearing a panicked radio ...
He responded to both cardiac arrest calls, and will be recognized as Paramedic of the Year ...
After a scared child arrived at the hospital, the clinical manager saw all three “gathered around the gurney and serenading the little one” ...
Patrick O’Brien and two former paramedics resuscitate a man down at a Canadian hockey game ...
Due to feet of snow, it was not possible to get in or out of the hospital by vehicle ...
After scaling the cliff, medic Marco Barros told 4-year-old Sebastion Johnson to think of Spiderman as he loaded the boy into a rescue basket ...
The scene captivated 19,441 fans, the game stopped and both teams watched in worry; the 67-year-old woman died less than 24 hours later at a hospital ...
He's battling the same type of brain cancer that led 29-year-old Brittany Maynard to end her own life, sparking a national debate about 'Death with Dignity' laws ...