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Coroner’s report states Reginal Payne suffered cardiac arrest after being restrained face down, in the prone position
Rialto firefighters stated they were following COVID-19 guidelines when they refused to enter as a patient was in cardiac arrest
Medway discontinued use of the ambulance service after the patient was forced to walk an “unreasonable distance” to the ambulance
The lawsuit claims the Nuvance ambulance EMTs were not trained nor capable of providing proper care, treatment and monitoring
Family of a Buffalo man shot during a basketball game believe a 30-minute delay led to death
Montville police charged PIO Steven Frischling with “unauthorized taking or transmission by first responders of images of crime or accident victims.”
The lawsuit states the two EMTs took the ambulance out of service for 29 minutes of the 38-minute total response time
The Rialto firefighters maintained they were strictly adhering to COVID protocols in the 2021 incident
Nine months after Kansas City firefighter/medic Andy Zuniga was injured, the officer involved in had another pursuit crash
Colorado Springs Paramedic Nicholas Fisher tackled Dizmang and placed him in a headlock
EMT Robert Molesk said he felt intimidated by Erie County deputies when treating Robert A. Metcalf Jr.
AMR officials claim San Bernardino County supervisors violated state law in awarding contract to lower-scoring CONFIRE
Washington County suit states dispatchers sent law enforcement to crisis calls first before crisis workers
The medical director for the Middletown Division of Fire stated the paramedics “breached the standard of care and the breach caused” the death
City Attorney Margaret Casey said medics spent less than 15 seconds assessing Whitfield Marshall Jr.
In closing arguments, Colorado Solicitor General Shannon Stevenson said the Aurora paramedics did not properly assess McClain’s condition
Prosecutors said the Aurora paramedics did not properly assess McClain and ultimately gave him a significant overdose of ketamine
Aurora paramedics Jeremy Cooper and Lt. Peter Cichuniec each face criminally negligent homicide and other charges
Colorado Solictor General Shannon Stevenson said the Aurora paramedics administered too much ketamine for McClain’s body weight
Jury selection begins Monday for Aurora Fire Department paramedics Jeremy Cooper and Lt. Peter Cichuniec
Janet Gamblin struggled with COPD and was reportedly denied transport to the hospital during the Christmas blizzard
Marlene Jordan suffered a fractured femur when a Sacramento paramedic dropped her while moving her to a cot
Aurora paramedics Cooper and Cichuniec are scheduled to be tried in November
Medics waited 13 minutes for law enforcement due to an address “blacklist” while William Yurek was having a heart attack
Broward County firefighter-paramedic Mikael Chaguaceda and the pilot were able to climb out of the burning chopper and onto the roof of the apartment building
An attorney for one of the Aurora officers said, “Mr. McClain died because Paramedic Cooper injected him with 1.7, 1.8 times the ketamine for someone his weight and size.”