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Two dead, over 20 injured and others missing.
City has an extra $1.17 million due to new contract with AMR.
One resident was killed and seven workers hurt in Ewing blast.
At least 17 states and the District of Columbia allow the public to administer Narcan.
25 injured after collapse at Anaheim school.
Pilot and parachutist hospitalized with minor injuries.
Knoxville company buys Kunkel Ambulance Service.
Chief James L. Robinson of the Denver Health Paramedic Division was installed as IAEMSC President.
Talk of demons prompted sister to call 911.
At least 20 homes are uninhabitable after Ewing blast.
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