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FBI agents are awaiting arrival of flight from Tokyo.
Crews tried to track down the location of an elderly stroke victim.
Global defense contractor Science Applications International Corp. has agreed to pay $11.75 million to settle a federal civil claim alleging it overbilled the government for homeland security training programs under a more than decade-long scheme that was well-known among high-level executives.
Worker’s body was discovered by hazardous materials crews after blast.
Campbell had no heartbeat and was not breathing when paramedics arrived, but they kept working on him and transported him to MaineGeneral Hospital in Augusta.
Derrick Davis, 40, allegedly stole 13 defibrillators from Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority facilities where he works.
EMS union leader tells Boston first responders to “be very careful.”
24 patients transported to area hospitals after collapse at waterfront restaurant.
A San Francisco Giants fan and paramedic who suffered brain damage after a beating at Dodger Stadium has returned home after two years in hospitals and rehabilitation centers.
Under proposed legislation, those required to report suspected child abuse will include all emergency medical service providers and their employees and independent contractors.