The 26-ton, tank-like craft took on water and quickly sank in hundreds of feet of water — too deep for divers.
The California Ambulance Association this week published online a commemorative edition of its Siren magazine celebrating the history of EMS in California.
A record one-day total of newly confirmed coronavirus cases gave California more than 415,000 since the pandemic began, sending it past New York for the most in the country.
Firefighter/Paramedic Brian "Buck" Ballentine passed away this week after an illness. He served the department for more than 30 years.
Health officials believe much of the recent surge is coming from transmissions among social circles and families and friends gathering for traditional summertime activities.
Fifty years ago today, California Gov. Ronald Reagan signed the first paramedic act into law at the state level in the United States.
Firefighters on land, in the air and on the water on Monday were still battling a blaze on a Navy ship that injured at least 21 people and sent smoke billowing over San Diego.
The statewide death toll increased by 71 to hit 7,107, the California Department of Public Health reported Sunday.
Florida, which recorded an all-time high of 11,400 new cases Saturday and has seen its positive test rate lately reach more than 18%, has been hit especially hard, along with other Sunbelt states such as Arizona, California and Texas.
Police pursuit from L.A. into San Bernardino County.