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Gonzalez said firefighters at Station No. 42 on Red Bridge Road tried to intimidate her earlier this week with a firework.
Smiths Medical announced that it is initiating a nationwide voluntary recall ofPortex Uncuffed Pediatric-Sized Tracheal Tubes.
Doses should be available to health workers, possibly including EMS providers, by the first week of October, about a week earlier than expected.
The possibility of charging ambulance fees in Prince William will resurface Tuesday when the Board of County Supervisors reconvenes after a month-long recess.
Street Calls took a look at 25 people it's worked with so far. Simple things like getting their medicine refilled, or finding them a place to live, have helped reduce their calls to 911 by 60 percent.
The protection is needed to prevent the identification of paramedics or patients, according to the opinion.
While paramedics argued their case, Ray threatened to pull out a pistol.
"Let us renew our resolve against those who perpetrated this barbaric act and who plot against us still," Obama said. "In defense of our nation, we will never waver."
Three women had complained to the ambulance company or police in the two years leading up to Herring's abuse.
In the letter, obtained by The Associated Press, the department gives the North Dakota EMS Association a Sept. 30 deadline to make policy changes.