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Former medic who suffered stroke says he "knew better"

- 05/27/2015

By Charlie Patton The Florida Times-Union JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — This is a cautionary tale. Wil Floyd, a retired firefighter and paramedic, knows the signs of stroke, one of which ...


Minn. medics drive mental health patients hundreds of miles for care

- 05/22/2015

Psychiatric patient transfers take ambulance crews out of the communities they are supposed to serve for hours at a time


Medics drive mental health patients hundreds of miles for care

- 05/22/2015

WDIO VIRGINIA, Minn. — When you see lights and hear sirens from an ambulance, you immediately think someone needs medical help. "Depending on the day, we do an average of 9-10 ...


Ohio ambulance hits 2-year-old in the road

- 05/20/2015

The unattended child was then transported by the ambulance crew and is reported as alert with serious injuries


Ohio ambulance hits 2-year-old in the road

- 05/20/2015

WLWT5 CINCINNATI — Police say a child was hit by an ambulance near a shooting scene in Walnut Hills. Officers said the ambulance from Tri-County Ambulance Inc. hit the boy about ...


Fla. roofer struck by lightning goes into cardiac arrest

- 05/14/2015

By Jessica Lipscomb Naples Daily News, Fla. BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. — A roofer suffered traumatic injuries Wednesday after being struck by lightning while working at a home in Bonita Springs. Around ...


6 killed in Amtrak crash; rescue crews search wreckage for victims

- 05/13/2015

By Geoff Mulvihill The Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — Rescue crews searched the mangled wreckage for victims Wednesday as investigators tried to determine why an Amtrak train jumped ...


Specialty team activation: 10 things you need to know to save lives

- 05/12/2015

By Bob Sullivan The following is paid content sponsored by Pulsara A regional, multidisciplinary team approach to time-critical injuries and illnesses is proven to save lives. EMS plays ...


Medic knocked unconscious by patient

- 05/11/2015

DARWIN, Australia — A St John’s Ambulance paramedic who was knocked unconscious by a patient he was trying to help has been hospitalized in stable condition. The 30-year-old medic ...


Audit: Calif. clinic using 911 for non-emergency calls

- 05/08/2015

911 calls for incidents like transporting patients across campus are a waste or resources that take responders away from more urgent calls, some officials say


Audit: Calif. clinic using 911 for non-emergency calls

- 05/08/2015

SAN JOSE, Calif. — The hundreds of non-emergency 911 calls to a hospital building in Santa Clara Valley Medical Center has some insiders saying calls are a waste of resources. The clinic ...


Infant injured when man throws brick through window

- 05/05/2015

The baby is expected to recover from two fractures and bleeding in the brain after a man, angry over a domestic issue, threw a piece of concrete


Infant injured when man throws brick through window

- 05/05/2015

By Rosemary Regina Sobol Chicago Tribune CHICAGO — Jamyah Lee, 7 months old, was lying in bed playing with her toys over the weekend when a chunk of concrete shattered the window of ...


Man arrested for posing as FDNY EMT

- 05/05/2015

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A 21-year-old man was arrested after impersonating an FDNY EMT and gaining entry to nonpublic areas of Richmond University Medical Center. Christopher Litrell of ...


4 dead, 1 hurt in shooting on Wis. bridge

- 05/04/2015

The Associated Press Update MENASHA, Wis. — Police have revealed more about what may have motivated a gunman to shoot four strangers before killing himself on a recreational bridge ...


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