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DC Paramedic Struck by Hit and Run Driver

WASHINGTON -- A DC Fire & EMS Department paramedic was struck by a van Thursday afternoon in Georgetown. It happened in the 3300 block of Q Street, NW. Spokesman Alan Etter said the medic has potentially serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

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Scottish Fire and Rescue Services Pleads to Treat Heart Attack Patients

Plan to carry out emergency care is based on procedures in Seattle.

D.C. 911 Director Resigns

Director Greene has been under pressure due to several problematic incidents.

Car Crashes into California Apartment Killing Two

Woman and toddler killed while walking outside of Livermore apartment.

Train Collision in Mexico City

Two metro trains collide at platform, injuring at least 12 people.

HEMS Care Helps One of Their Own

A former intern found himself in the care of his former employer.

Virginia Task Force Reviews Train Derailment Response Preparedness

Group finds the state is not prepared to deal with a worst-case scenario.

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