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Kids Rob Cleveland (OH) EMS Workers at Gunpoint

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The EMS workers had just gotten off their shift and started their cars to warm them up when they were approached by the suspects.

Volunteer Health Corps in CA Dwindles

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COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and intensive care needs are spiraling out of control.

L.A. County EMS Told to Conserve Oxygen, Don’t Transport Patients with Little Chance of...

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Crews should conserve oxygen by administering it only to patients who had oxygen saturation levels below 90%.
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PA EMT Loves ‘Emotional’ Job She Almost Quit

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Laura Penatzer has spent 33 years as an emergency medical technician treating car crash victims, heart attack victims and more recently COVID-19 patients.

Portage (OH) EMS Workers Among First in County to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

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The Portage County Health Department administered the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Community EMS workers on Saturday morning in a brief clinic that took place in the EMS company's garage.
Premier Health’s CareFlight helicopter

Front Lines of Coronavirus: OH Medical Helicopter Nurse Knows How Quickly Life Can Change

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A constant witness to the fragility of life, Jessica Oakley offers advice in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Verizon and Motorola Solutions Bring Interoperable Broadband Communications to Public Safety

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Verizon Public Sector and Motorola Solutions today announce Group First Response, a mission-critical push-to-talk solution.

Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Unveils First Annual “˜Book of Giving’

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The assortment of equipment curated in the catalog allows consumers to choose ways to give back to first responders.

Columbia Southern University Celebrates Class of 2020 Virtually

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Approximately 900 Columbia Southern University (CSU) graduates and loved ones smiled, celebrated, and applauded from their homes.
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IAFF Calls on Governors to Give Firefighters, Paramedics Priority Access to COVID-19 Vaccines

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Adequately vaccinating fire fighters and emergency medical responders will also allow such personnel to continue serving their communities during this medical crisis.