Latest EMS News
Eighth-grade students learn CPR as part of citywide effort in Arlington, Texas.
Under a newly approved city budget, the San Antonio Fire Department will receive $4.5 million for system improvements.
Firefighters cut a hole in a house in Lansing, Mich., and used a forklift to extricate a 900-pound man from his second-floor bedroom after a visiting nurse became worried about his health.
State regulators fined the Charleston (S.C.) Fire Department and a furniture store Thursday for violating safety standards in a blaze that killed nine firefighters.
New Brewerton, N.Y., service would mean shorter waits for help, but higher taxes.
Salt Lake County paramedics are being equipped with new devices to speed treatment of heart attack sufferers - and South Jordan is leading the way.
Paramedics rescued a 14-month-old baby from mounds of garbage in its Milwaukee home. The baby needed 21 minutes of CPR and had a body temperature of 84 degrees when he arrived at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin last week.
A top New York City fire official called on the federal government yesterday make "a concerted, long-term effort" to protect first responders.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg announces two free medical clinics for 9/11 workers.
.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff touts the ways the federal government is raising understanding of improvised explosive devices (IEDs).