“Tribute in Light” will not shine over lower Manhattan as part of this year’s Sept. 11 commemoration over COVID-19 concerns, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum announced.
A Chevy pickup truck carrying the teenagers crashed into a tree near 156th and Giles Road near Chalco Hills Wednesday morning.
A 14-year-old boy was killed in a collision between two watercraft on Clear Lake.
At least 10 students were on the bus and six of them were taken to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.
Following the recent launch of FieldMed’s telehealth and COVID-19 screening feature as an extension of its existing Community Health software program, the company announced the debut of an innovative cloud-based EMS/911 software module that provides a streamlined and more efficient workflow to emergency response paramedics in the field.
An investigation by the Guardian and Kaiser Health News found that 922 health care workers across the U.S. have died from coronavirus and its complications.
Pulsara announced today that the company has received a 2020 Telehealth Award from HealthTechZone.com, a leading healthcare technology news source.
The Cambridge Consulting Group is a confederation of national experts in emergency medical services, medical transportation, ambulance operations and community paramedic programs.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon described the derailment as a “major'' incident and said she would be convening an emergency response meeting.
Elijah McClain's parents sued the Aurora Police Department and paramedics who injected their son with a sedative, saying they were seeking both accountability for the loss of a “beautiful soul” and to send a message that “racism and brutality have no place in American law enforcement.”