FacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogle+RSS Feed
Fire EMSEMS TodayEMS Insider

Massachusetts Ambulance Crash; 4 Injured

CHICOPEE - Two city firefighters, a patient being transported in a Chicopee Fire Department ambulance and a driver of a second vehicle were all injured Thursday night in a collision at Resnic and Pine streets in Holyoke.

Fire Chief Stephen S. Burkott said Firefighters/Medic Stephen D. Lusty, who was driving the ambulance, and Firefighter/Medic Shaun F. Foley, who was in the rear of the ambulance tending to a patient, were all taken to Holyoke Medical Center where they were treated and released.

Burkott said the driver of the other vehicle, which a preliminary report indicates went through a stop sign, was also taken to Holyoke Medical Center and released.

Read More Crash between Chicopee Fire Department ambulance and another vehicle injures 4 in Holyoke


Delivering a Miracle

The Oregon River Safety Program, provided by American Medical Response as a service to communities it serves in Northwest Oregon, realized a decrease in drow...

EMS Physicians Can Help Close the Gap Between EMS & Other Public Health Agencies

Return EMS to our roots of a very close and mutually productive relationship between the EMS physician and the field care providers.

Be Productive with your Meeting Time and Agenda

Meeting just to "meet" destroys productivity in organizations.

Staff Systems with More EMTs and Fewer Paramedics

Less is more.

Reflections on the Impact of JEMS over the Past 35 Years

EMS leaders explain what JEMS means to them.

Understanding Why EMS Systems Fail

Learn to recognize trigger points that could ruin your system.

Features by Topic

JEMS Connect




Blogger Browser

Today's Featured Posts

Featured Careers