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Commuter Bus Collision: Providers treat multiple patients involved in a collision at an intersection

Firefighter/paramedics treat passengers of a commuter bus and the driver of a vehicle that collided at a Los Angeles-area intersection.

Posted Sunday, August 30, 2009

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Flight 1404: The response & lessons learned from the crash at Denver

In December 2008, a Boeing 737 was 2,600 feet into its takeoff roll at Denver International Airport, going approximately 150 mph, when it suddenly veered off the runway. Read how the Denver Health Paramedic Division triaged and transported 38 patients, and what lessons they learned from the incident.

Posted Thursday, August 27, 2009

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Call to Action: Injured Pedestrian

Posted Sunday, August 2, 2009

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Crushed

Get a first-hand account of how proper treatment of Crush Syndrome helped save Sgt. John McLoughlin, who was trapped under World Trade Center rubble for 22 hours.

Posted Tuesday, June 23, 2009

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MCI Efficiency: It Takes More than Triage Tags to Run an MCI

You can get by at an MCI using the basic principles of MCI management, but if you want to refine your processes and run a highly efficient MCI, there are a few additional aspects to consider in your planning.

Posted Thursday, May 7, 2009

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Trauma at the Tunnel

On Sept. 12, 2008, a commuter train headed north from downtown L.A. collided head on with a southbound freight train, instantly killing 25 and injuring 107. It would become the worst railroad accident in California's history.

Posted Sunday, May 3, 2009

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A Quick Response

Auburn (Mass.) Fire Department paramedics responded to this bus crash on an interstate off-ramp in less than a minute; assessing and triaging the 56 passengers inside the bus.

Posted Sunday, May 3, 2009

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Disaster on the Rails

The scene was reminiscent of a Hollywood disaster movie, but it was the real thing: a multi-situational, multi-jurisdictional train disaster between the neighboring cities of Los Angeles and Glendale, Calif. The time: 0602 hrs, Wednesday, Jan. 26. It_s dark, foggy and raining, and in less than two minutes, 11 people will be dead and 230 others will need rescue, assessment and patient care.

Posted Tuesday, April 7, 2009


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