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Folds of Honor scholarships benefit the families of fallen servicemembers and now first responders
Remembering the service and the selflessness of those lost this year
The stabbing death of Capt. Alison Russo-Elling brings up new fears for providers in the field and raises old questions regarding personal safety
EMT Frederick D. Whiteside, 43, was a veteran of 22 years at the FDNY
Peter Zisopoulos repeatedly stabbed Lt. Alison Russo-Elling as she walked from her station to a deli
An EMT and patient are killed after their ambulance collided head-on with a tractor-trailer
The Coffee County EMS crew was transporting a patient when they collided with a truck
Nick Theofilis served the Rosedale Beach Club as a lifeguard and member of the swim team for several summers
Groesbeck Volunteer Fire-Rescue Lt. Richard Hempel reportedly began to feel ill and became unresponsive the next morning
Mecklenburg EMS Agency Paramedic Mark Hayes had been a part of the Medic team since 1997
Susan Giovanniello served as a volunteer with the Glen Cove EMS Corps, rising up from their Explorer post
The report, compiled by the fire department’s internal Board of Inquiry, addresses the Jan. 24 rowhouse fire in which three city firefighters were killed
“Rest easy chief,” Wayne Township Fire & Rescue posted about Mark Miller. “Thank you for all of your dedication and years of service.”
“She knew how to do her job, and she knew how to do your job too,” said Michael Greco, now vice president of EMS Local 2507
As news of Lt. Alison Russo-Elling’s death spread, people took to social media to express their condolences