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Baltimore curbs excess 911 calls by connecting repeat callers with essential services.
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.