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Authorities believe there were three gunmen involved in three shootings Wednesday morning ...
The first U.S. Ebola case reinforces the need to strengthen community preparedness across public health, healthcare, and emergency management sectors ...
The PPE protocols contain solid information for hospital treatment, but don’t address specific EMS concerns ...
The firmer standards call for full-body garb and rules for removal, a supervisor for the putting on and taking off of equipment, a separate room, and repeated practice before ...
Responders rescued 407 people stranded on a popular trekking route after snowstorms and avalanches swept the Himalayas ...
The first group of people who had contact with the first U.S. Ebola patient have been cleared after 21 days of monitoring ...
New guidelines will require "no skin showing," and a "buddy system;" a 30-person support team will also assist civilian medical professionals ...
The woman poses no risk because she has shown no signs of illness for 19 days and has voluntarily self-quarantined on the cruise ship ...
They fell 65 feet after a ventilation grate collapsed at an outdoor concert ...
Here’s a look at what the agency recommends for patient assessments, proper PPE, disinfecting transport vehicles, and reporting incidents ...
Those injured were taken to an area hospital for cuts and bruises ...
An ambulance and fire engine were cleaned and put back into service after an ill woman who had traveled to Africa tested negative for the virus ...
Nina Pham, 26, received a plasma transfusion from a doctor who beat the virus ...
He ordered his crew out of the ambulance and stayed beside the patient as a bomb squad removed the explosive device from the man's thigh ...
The youngest boy was critically injured and flown to a Boston hospital ...
The Halloween-themed hay ride careened down a hill and crashed into a tree, fatally injuring a 17-year-old girl; two others are hospitalized in critical condition ...
The CDC will investigate how the unidentified nurse took off protective gear after caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, the first U.S. Ebola patient who died from the virus ...
Ill. police report that she was running lights and sirens and was eventually halted with stop sticks. ...
Those being monitored have passed a critical time period without showing symptoms. ...
One ED doctor going through the training said he now realizes how easy it is to have breaches in protective gear ...