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A new program from the Akron Fire Department is bringing new meaning to the phrase "the doctor will see you now."
Starting Monday, there will be a change in who responds to 911 emergency calls in Norwalk.
The Brown Emergency Training Center at Cleveland Community College received new trucks, training tools and simulators.
New guidelines adopted for the assessment, triage and transport of stroke patients to hospitals has been done for five years in Lucas County.
A severe global shortage of microchips is causing issues for West Chester Twp. fire department's equipment replacement program and could double the cost for ambulances for this year.
An internal investigation is underway into why a Cleveland ambulance crew was listed as being on one call for four hours during last month's NFL Draft weekend.
The program will help determine whether 911 calls need a response by police and firefighter-medics or by others.
The department will use its trucks and ambulances to distribute the vaccine to residents' doorsteps without affecting its response times to fires or emergencies.