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The West Valley Fire District ambulance crew was transporting a patient from a vehicle crash when the fire started
The fire put Jeff Davis County 911 and ambulance services out of commission until other counties stepped in to provide coverage
It was found that the rig had been recently serviced for an electrical issue
Roseboro Rescue and EMS shifted operations after a fire destroyed a rig and damaged their station
Prince George’s County firefighters escaped without injury from the burning Upper Marlboro firehouse
Escondido paramedics smelled smoked while they were transporting a patient to Rady Children’s Hospital
“The engine started smoking, and they pulled over. And quickly, the engine caught on fire,” Chief Kazuo Todd said
“The outpouring was phenomenal,” Lake Norden Chief of Police Tony Aas said, describing offers for substitute vehicles
The injured Malta-Stillwater EMS providers removed the patient before the rig began to burn
A bystander saw the Pilcher’s ambulance and got the EMS providers out, but paramedic and retired firefighter Don Parrish did not survive
A 91-year-old patient died and a 36-year-old paramedic was severely injured when flames engulfed the back of the ambulance in a hospital parking lot
Fire experts said an electrical problem may have caused a spark
“Words are difficult to come by” the Honolulu Emergency Medical Services posted on Facebook
The Honolulu Fire Department is leading the investigation with assistance from federal, state and local agencies
The Honolulu EMS ambulance caught fire before entering the hospital
The crew had been transporting a patient in Waukegan and rendered aid while other EMS providers were en route
Two EMS providers with Mobile Medical Response sustained minor injuries
The Houston ambulance and the Ford Focus that hit it both burned, but no one was hurt
Area agencies donated two fully-stocked rigs after the fire left Parke County EMS with only one functional ambulance
A second ambulance was needed to bring the patient to a hospital after flames burst through the original rig’s roof and hood
A Scranton man is facing a slew of charges after allegedly lighting an ambulance on fire then walking away
After a reported explosion, Olympia Ambulance supervisor finds rig fully engulfed
A St. Johns County Fire Rescue ambulance caught fire on the highway while transporting a patient
The Onslow County medic suffered smoke inhalation trying to save equipment from the burning rig
The ambulance crew was alerted to the fire by a bystander
Arrest warrant affidavits reveal police accounts of the events leading up to Richard White’s arrest
The man is suspected in multiple arson fires and Molotov cocktail bombings targeting EMS facilities throughout the state
One person suffered possible smoke inhalation in the fire, which officials believe started in the engine compartment of one of the rigs
Mobile County EMS Executive Director Mark Turner said a request for the sheriff’s department was canceled after the patient initially calmed down