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Hundreds who served as first responders at the World Trade Center are still suffering health problems, and more money is needed.
The world's first solar-powered ambulance will soon roll on the streets of Denver.
Medical helicopters in Wisconsin are finding conditions near wind farms too dangerous to land.
A bill to create a statewide standard for background checks for EMTs and establish a central EMT and paramedic registry was approved by the California Senate Appropriations Committee.
She's accused of botching a 911 call that led to a woman's death. Now, Gina Conteh wants her job back
Twenty-five percent of Baltimore s ambulances are now equipped to wirelessly transmit ECGs to hospital emergency departments.
Owensboro Community and Technical College and State Fire/Rescue Training partnered to create a degree program for paramedic training.