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Erica Smith Paramedics Want Suspensions Overturned

JEMS.com Editor's Note: Click here to read about the report in which officials determined three San Antonio Fire Department paramedics incorrectly pronounced Erica Smith dead.

AUSTIN, Texas -- Three paramedics whose certifications were suspended by the state after a 23-year-old woman was incorrectly pronounced dead at an accident scene met with state officials in an attempt to have the suspensions overturned, according to a union representative.

Click here to read more about this developing story.


Collapse Causes Evacuation at Puerto Rico Condominium

Nearly two dozen people are displaced after a water tank collapsed through the roof.

Car Hits Wall at LAX Critically Injuring Girl

9-year old girl was critically injured when a car struck her and then a wall at Los Angeles International Airport.

More Bodies Recovered from Texas Flood

At least 28 killed nationwide due to storms.

Secretary of State Suffers Fractured Femur in Bicycle Crash

Paramedics and a physician were on hand as part of the motorcade.

10 Injured in Manhattan Crane Load Collapse

Air-conditioning unit broke free and fell 28-stories onto Madison Avenue.

Wisconsin City Council Turns Over EMS to Hospital

Vote in Platteville transfers control of EMS to Southwest health Center.

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