Full list of Emergency Driving results
Remember 2 Things: EVOC – train crossings–
In this episode of Remember 2 Things, Steve Whitehead delivers two important truths about dealing with uncontrolled train crossings in emergency vehicles. How should you handle these situations? Find out on this episode of Remember 2 Things.
4 injured in ambulance crash that overturned rig–
Two Baltimore City Fire Department paramedics, a bus driver and a passenger were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries
Survey report: How are EMS agencies using mobile broadband technology today? (white paper)–
Learn how your organization can make the most of the broadband technologies available to EMS
6 ways to improve roadway operations safety for emergency responders–
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Carlos Rosario shares his recovery after being struck on a roadway and promotes safety during Distracted Driver Awareness Month
Kan. bill would relax rules on rural ambulance drivers– 6
The legislation would provide relief to rural agencies who are stretched thin when it comes to budgets and personnel
Cold weather response tips for EMS–
This article, originally published on January 6, 2010 and revised December 19, 2016, has been updated. Even though winter seems like it been here for months, we still have quite a while to go in t...
10 of the most unique ambulances in the world–
You may have seen ambulances with a few modifications here and there, but these strange rigs are in a class of their own
Man shot on highway flags down passing ambulance–
A man who said he was shot while driving on a Massachusetts highway flagged down a passing ambulance for treatment
6 characteristics of en route crashes–
Discuss these ambulance crash characteristics with your department's emergency vehicle operators
Paramedic: 'Failure wasn't an option' to get transplant patient through blizzard–
Peter Amato fought through blankets of snow to transport a woman awaiting a kidney transplant, a gift his brother had received 18 years ago
How to really address problem emergency responders–
Without knowing the root cause of the behavior problem, fixing it is sheer luck
8 habits paramedics take home with them–
How many of these habits have you developed and carry with you off-duty?
What Would You Do? Excessive ambulance speed during patient transport–
Your partner is driving the ambulance too fast for conditions en route to the hospital. Dr. David Tan and Steve Whitehead discuss this scenario. Listen to what they have to say and add your ideas in the comments section about the importance of red lights and sirens transport.
2 medics injured in NC intersection collision–
The ambulance was traveling with its lights and sirens activated when it was struck by a vehicle
Taxi driver blocks ambulance; other drivers attack him–
A video shot in Moscow shows a taxi cutting in front of an ambulance and then blocking it
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