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The Kansas City Star reported that one pileup Sunday on Interstate 35 sent 13 people to the hospital, mostly with minor injuries.
Police officers and firefighters evacuated the Hilton Garden Inn Monday morning after getting reports of people feeling sick.
St. Vincent s Hospital Manhattan began laying off more than 300 workers on Friday and asked other employees for temporary pay cuts of 10 percent to 25 percent in an effort to stave off closing.
There is a new way doctors, nurses and paramedics are treating cardiac arrests, which kill 97 percent of its victims.
"We were very lucky that nobody was swept out to sea," said California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Battalion Chief Scott Jalbert, whose department tended to most of the wounded.
A spokesman for the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service said it was the first such incident in 20 years.
The heavy snow crippled much of southwestern Pennsylvania, closing roadways and airports and leaving tens of thousands of people without electricity. But EMS kept on rolling.
Ambulance service officials said earlier that Geiszler was being treated at Meritcare for injuries unrelated to the crash.
Lt. Eric Roeske says the eight students were taken to two hospitals.
A tractor-trailer rollover blocked the driveway of the WAVES ambulance garage in the Town of Camillus on Warners Road at Bennett Road.