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Graphic footage shows truck driving over the top of a row of cars, then veering off course into a group on onlookers ...
The increased frequency and cost of leave has forced the fire department to spend millions of dollars in overtime ...
A Mass. EMT was hospitalized for injuries and the crash is under investigation ...
A tractor-trailer crossed the median and plowed into a Texas college softball team's bus, killing four team members and injuring more than a dozen ...
The pedestrian bridge collapsed after the driver of a trash truck struck the overpass and was killed as it crashed onto a freeway ...
After being fired from a food processing plant, he severed a woman's head and was attacking another woman before being shot and wounded by the CEO ...
The child was left unattended for an hour before responders unlocked the vehicle; she was located inside one of the theaters ...
He was using a flammable chemical to remove carpeting before the explosion; colleagues transported him to the hospital and he faces a long recovery ...
One person on the boat suffered burns to both legs; the injuries are believed to be non-life-threatening ...
An estimated 100 gallons of diesel leaked into the river; the man was cited and taken to the hospital with minor injuries ...
The bus when overturned on an exit ramp; a 19-year-old and his friend stopped to help before responders arrived ...
Technicians were not sure what caused the equipment problem; the affected equipment is about 10 years old ...
Tony Grider, 41, was the most seriously injured of the four firefighters when a high-voltage line arced the aerial set up for an ice-bucket challenge ...
Researchers are monitoring for mutations in the virus, which has killed at least 2,400 people ...
The employee recently diagnosed with the illness may have exposed the infants and about 40 other hospital employees ...
The officer, firefighter and two other people were taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries that were not considered life-threatening ...
His body was limp and cold, his eyes glazed and he had no pulse — but then a medic realized the 6-year-old's head was bleeding ...
The virus can cause mild to severe illness, with the worst cases needing life support for breathing difficulties ...
Ten children were injured; the bus driver is in serious condition and was the only one seriously hurt ...
Two workers were taken to a hospital for what are expected to be minor injuries; the accident is under investigation ...