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It's called the "Classroom of the Future". For the first time, technology usually reserved for medical school students is available for first responders.
The research, completed in 2003, has never been made public until now.
One person was killed and others injured in an explosion Wednesday at a copper tubing plant in northeast Mississippi.
Fire officials suspected that carbon monoxide or some other toxic fumes had sickened almost 150 people at a Texas bank call center.
Four-hundred-, 600- and even 800-pound patients are presenting ambulance crews with some big challenges.
The Senate Sergeant-at-Arms says four summer pages are exhibiting symptoms similar to swine flu and have been quarantined.
Boston EMT Katrina Sanchez was on her way home from work when she saved an elderly man from choking in his car.
Police say two children are among four people killed when a sport utility vehicle crossed the center line and collided head-on with a dump truck west of Minneapolis.
Council members unanimously voted Monday during the regular meeting to decline the county's offer.