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Cleveland EMS officials canceled paramedics' vacations this week because the city could not properly staff all of its ambulances.
A tractor-trailer slammed into backed-up traffic on Interstate 35 near the Texas-Oklahoma border Monday.
Noxious fumes at a trash disposal facility sent 119 people to hospitals Monday, including two who were listed in critical condition.
The save of a teenage swimmer in Littleton, Colo., was a result of a combination of factors that include early CPR and AED use, rapid EMS response, use of a mechanical CPR device and use of therapeutic hypothermia.
Baltimore paramedics prematurely pronounced a patient dead over the weekend while at the scene of a police involved shooting in Northwest Baltimore.
At least six people have been transported to St. Luke's hospital, with two reportedly in cardiac arrest.
Former police Chief Walter Cullen was among four people indicted on public corruption charges yesterday, following a monthslong grand jury investigation into falsified EMT training records.
"When those cars come by, not only do you hear it, I mean, you can feel it, it's so loud," Shambo said.
"People thought it was a bat crack," Whigham said. "But it wasn't a bat, it was my skull."
A total of 75 persons were injured; 21 taken to hospitals, 2 in critical condition.