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Hadl says the man was intoxicated and believed he had no other way home. He led police on a brief, low-speed chase.
A medical helicopter that crashed in South Carolina last month, killing three crew members, lacked safety features recommended by experts, a federal official said Thursday.
U.S. health officials have lost track of how many illnesses and deaths have been caused by the first global flu epidemic in 40 years. And they did it on purpose.
A former Denver paramedic faces up to 12 years in prison when he is sentenced next month for second-degree assault and false reporting.
Nightingale plans to exchange its 23-year-old aircraft for a new helicopter in 2011 at a cost of $7 million.
The family of a 49-year-old man who died of a heart attack after a defibrillator on the Chicago Fire engine sent to resuscitate him did not work - because the batteries hadn't been replaced - will receive $3.2 million under a settlement advanced Monday by a City Council committee.
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Ohio Governor Ted Strickland officially declared an emergency due to the national H1N1 influenza pandemic, allowing EMT-Intermediates and EMT-Paramedics to perform H1N1 immunizations.
An Idaho woman who died after being pinned under a garage door at the paramedic building where she used to work first lured emergency workers away with a fake 9-1-1 call.