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Kids Rob Cleveland (OH) EMS Workers at Gunpoint

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

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...

Crews should conserve oxygen by administering it only to patients who had oxygen saturation levels below 90%.
Forest Hills Area EMS ambulance

PA EMT Loves ‘Emotional’ Job She Almost Quit

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

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

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

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’

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

Approximately 900 Columbia Southern University (CSU) graduates and loved ones smiled, celebrated, and applauded from their homes.

IAFF Calls on Governors to Give Firefighters, Paramedics Priority Access to COVID-19 Vaccines

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