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Caretaker critically injured trying to rescue residents.
Two dead, one missing, in crash off Virginia coast.
Retirees faked psychological problems related to terror attacks.
“Scoop and run” is seen as a good alternative when police arrive first.
Police, firefighters, paramedics and search and rescue squad respond to the scene.
Fourteen passengers were injured Monday when a commuter train hit a "bumping post" at a downtown Chicago station, the second such accident of the day, rail officials said.
211,241 of the 447,918 wireless calls received in North Carolina 9-1-1 emergency centers in June 2013 lacked accurate location information.
The safety organization Move2Safety hosted an Active Shooter Response Foundation Seminar.
Paramedics responded to find victims on the ground, some with injuries that suggested they may have fallen multiple stories.
Rail cars near Casselton are being allowed to burn out.
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