Chinese health authorities urged people in the city of Wuhan to avoid crowds and public gatherings, after warning that a new viral illness that has infected more than 400 people and killed at least nine could spread further.
Two people were taken into custody after a car clipped an ambulance as it was back up inside the fire station this morning, according to a report.
The U.S. on Tuesday reported its first case of a new and potentially deadly virus circulating in China, saying a Washington state resident who returned last week from the outbreak's epicenter was hospitalized in good condition near Seattle.
Communities around the country are struggling to find qualified people and Tri-State Ambulance says it is no exception, according to a report.
The New York State Department of Health is raising alarm bells over the shortage of EMS workers in the state.
Alarmed by a deadly new twist in the nation's drug addiction crisis, the U.S. federal government will allow states to use federal money earmarked for the opioid epidemic to help growing numbers of people struggling with meth and cocaine.
Anxiety grew both at home and abroad after Chinese government expert Zhong Nanshan confirmed fears on state television late Monday that the new type of coronavirus can spread from human to human.
A Southern California driver intentionally rammed a Toyota Prius with six teenage boys inside, killing three and injuring three others before fleeing, authorities said.
“Few people in the history of our city can match Mr. Cannon in terms of contributions to Pittsburgh and Public Safety,” Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich said in a press release.
Two people were killed and at least five were injured when someone opened fire during an argument at a concert in San Antonio, Texas, and police are hunting for the shooter who fled the scene.