A man wielding a knife attacked residents of a French town while they ventured out to shop amid a nationwide coronavirus lockdown Saturday, killing two people and wounding five others in an act that led authorities to open a terrorism inquiry.
At Cookeville Regional Medical Center in the county seat, doctors and nurses have gone from treating about 80 patients injured in the tornado to preparing for coronavirus.
Peter Hosey, the EMS Incident Commander at the scene, recalls the devastating fire and medical response 30 years later.
Emergency medical service personnel across the country are struggling with an onslaught of new issues as we prepare for a tsunami of patients.
In light of the recent events unfolding around COVID-19, this article serves as “food for thought” why pandemic diseases are such a vulnerability and why public safety leaders should be taking any epidemiological threat seriously.
Emergency management services across the United States are preparing their workers who are on the front lines as cases of COVID-19 rise.
Amid all the fears, quarantines and stockpiling of food, it has been easy to ignore the fact that more than 60,000 people have recovered from the coronavirus spreading around the globe.
A biotech meeting at a hotel in downtown Boston appears to be the source of a cluster of the coronavirus in the U.S. — and a warning for employers who are still holding big gatherings as the outbreak spreads.
Expressing increasing alarm about mounting infections, the World Health Organization declared Wednesday that the global coronavirus crisis is now a pandemic.
A firefighter-EMT from Tennessee is credited with saving the lives of several people after a deadly tornado ripped through his town earlier this month.