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Eastern Snowstorm 2016
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Eastern Snowstorm 2016
The January 2016 blizzard was the fourth most powerful snowstorm to hit the Northeast in at least 66 years. It affected 102.8 million people and covered about 434,000 square miles in 26 states. At least 52 people in 12 states died in storm-related incidents including car accidents, carbon monoxide poisoning and heart attacks while shoveling snow. Complete Coverage

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Tactical EMS Jim Morrissey Jim Morrissey
Effective response requires all public safety personnel to have the same strategies and training to most effectively eliminate the threat and save the most lives Full Column
The Art of EMS Steve Whitehead Steve Whitehead
The decisions we make between calls might be just as critical, in the long run, as the treatment decisions we make during calls Full Column

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Wind carries bounce house 200 feet; 2 kids hurt
Video: Teen fleeing from police drives through park, nearly hits children
Texas EMT attacked, beaten during home invasion
Rescuers amputate trucker's leg at crash scene
Medic shocked to find own stolen trailer at crash scene
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Imposter ambulances threaten public trust and safety
Bill introduced in Texas legislature seeks to prohibit imposter ambulances and is a model for all states Full Story
The Importance of Wearing Proper Protective Eyewear and Facial Protection as a First Responder

Learn the steps to take to protect your face and eyes from splashes and sprays when on the job. After you are done watching read ...

Priority Care EMS Bags On Wheels For Paramedics

President of Priority Care EMS LLC shares his thoughts on EMS/Paramedic/First Responder bags on wheels in the context of ergonomics and micro-trauma.

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Active-shooter response: Are you physically ready?
Normally, I am strong believer that paramedics are at their best when they saunter into a scene, slowly walking and looking for clues and risks. But an active-shooter incident is going to require repetitive ... Full Story
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The first time I saw a patient exhale her last breath Two shifts into an EMS career is when paramedic and author Kevin Hazzard witnessed his first patient death Full Story

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