A 911 call came into the emergency communications center in Montgomery County Tuesday afternoon, but the caller could not speak. The man, described in his late 50s, was suffering from apparent heart attack. Help was sent anyway thanks to a dispatcher who felt the near-silence should be investigated. On scene, a retired EMT bystander did compressions; responding paramedics transmitted the patient's EKG by cell phone en route to the hospital.
When Davis was carried into the emergency room a doctor noticed something wasn't right.
At least nine people, including the bus driver, were killed and 212 injured, authorities said.
Hernandez was working on his truck and it reportedly rolled forward, pinning him against his neighbor's truck.
Suffolk County EMS officer gets into a tussle with a cameraman.
Bystanders help police lift a burning car off a motorcyclist.
Cards attached to some of the 3,200 flags make up the Healing Field, honoring first responders.
CBS 3 Philadelphia featured Dr. Pryor’s story this weekend on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
Virginia Hospital Center, a few miles from the Pentagon, became the primary hospital for treating victims of the 9/11 attacks.
Katcher drove an ambulance down Manhattan streets through clouds filled with smoke and ash and panic.
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