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Fugate's return didn't go unnoticed. At least two friends sent messages welcoming him back.
It is initially reported that he had collapsed on the scene of a working code, suffering a cardiac arrest.
The North Carolina Division of Emergency Management says this practice was made possible because of federal grant funding. This is the first time the state has put on a practice this large.
The former Hamilton police chief and three other former North Shore public safety officials will be arraigned today for their alleged involvement in an EMT training scandal that hit the Danvers and Hamilton police departments.
Eastern Salisbury Fire Department will end its 56 years of ambulance service tonight when it officially shuts down an operation that fire officials said had become a financial drain.
Two Rochester police officers are being treated for exposure to ammonia fumes after a leak at a milk processing plant.
The machine, which was purchased by San Diego Medical Services Enterprise, sprays a nontoxic dry mist disinfectant into the sealed-up ambulance.
Kimble said that he has lost six paramedics in the past year alone who have left for better paying jobs in other counties.
A hospital spokesman says an underground electrical transformer right outside the emergency room caught fire Tuesday morning, sending flames 30 feet into the air.
He is angry the City of Winnipeg won't currently fund protection for the 160 paramedics who are exposed to all kinds of risks while on the front lines.