The storm killed at least one person, a 55-year-old man who a Louisiana coroner said was electrocuted by a downed power line in New Orleans.
The Hale Foundation is doubling down against the city of Augusta (GA) with a federal lawsuit accusing the city of discriminating against first responders with mental health and substance abuse issues.
The suspension comes as a study found high turnover rates, mandatory overtime and staffing issues on ambulances and at fire stations.
Four people inside the ambulance were taken to hospitals, including three Forest Park EMTs and the patient.
The program is designed to provide citizens access to a wider variety of care options to meet their specific medical needs, which may include transportation to a local clinic, urgent care or hospital emergency department.
Officials with National EMS said Jennifer Patrick was committed to providing the best care for her patients.
A concrete slab at a parking deck under construction in Atlanta collapsed Saturday — the second collapse at the site in as many days — sending a worker trying to shore up the structure plunging several stories below, authorities said.
EMS providers need to engage in post-pandemic recovery conversations to ensure field-level EMS has a seat at the table, writes ML Marietta.
At least 10 students were on the bus and six of them were taken to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.
Atlanta's mayor has signed an executive order mandating masks in Georgia's largest city, defying Gov. Brian Kemp's decision to strongly encourage but not require face coverings.