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Take a trip down memory lane and see Barbie’s multiple roles as a first responder
Have EMS operations failed to keep up with the growing complexity demanded by the communities we serve?
The museum is honoring the anniversary of Sept. 11 with a new exhibit, “Recovery and Reflection, Celebrating the 9/11 Tribute”
Chief Amera Gilchrist, the first Black and first female chief of Pittsburgh EMS, announced the launch of the academy
What public safety can learn from the Titan submersible disaster
Witham Emergency Medical Services was launched in 1973 and responds from the hospital, 2 FDs and a clinic
Bob Gainer, a rescue squad member and Westwood firefighter, was on the job in July 1977, when Boyd County EMS took its first call
In the battle to save the historic Victory Baptist Church, 10 firefighters experienced near misses
EMS leaders described Dr. Leonard Cobb as a giant, pioneer and luminary whose work “touched the lives of thousands worldwide”
“You don’t expect to actually see a giant hole where a bridge used to be — a bridge that I had driven across thousands of times,” said Paramedic Jon Atkinson
Most of the London crewmembers’ cancers are digestive varieties or leukemia
Nagel helped develop ALS and the country’s first paramedicine program, held leadership roles through the 1980s and was an adviser for “Emergency!”
Paramedic Kevin Hazzard recounts the incredible story of the Black men and women who became America’s first paramedics
10 years later, we continue to grieve, reflect on the power of resilience, and appreciate our first responders
A six-year push for the day of appreciation, inspired by heroism and tragedy, culminated in the designation of Oct. 28 to honor first responders