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Face Transplant Recipient's Rescuers Recount Story

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ohio -- Connie Culp of Jefferson County is the first-ever U.S. face transplant patient. Her husband, Thomas, shot her in the face back in September 2004.

Culp has come a long way since the shooting. On Tuesday NEWS9 relived some of her history.

First responders talked with NEWS9 about the night they rushed to Culp's aid.

Click here to read full story.


Nepal Airport Closed to Large Aircraft

Large planes cause runway damage forcing authorities to halt specific aircraft from landing in Kathmandu.

More Rural Hospitals Closing

A growing number of facilities across the country face growing difficulties.

Milwaukee Launches Community Paramedic Program

Pilot program with University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee looks at follow-up care.

Cherokee Nation EMS Paramedic Training Named Top in Industry

Program is first and only tribe to receive accreditation from Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.

Colorado Residents to Benefit in Ambulance Contract Split

Change in contract for Colorado Springs is seen a way for faster response times and increased funds.

FDNY Graduates Over 100 New EMTs

Seven foreign languages are spoken among the new personnel.

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