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  • More Than 75 People Overdose at New Haven (CT) Park
    (Updated) A suspected bad batch of K2 sent crews racing all day Wednesday to treat dozens of overdose victims, most of them on the Green, in one of the busiest...
  • Video: McEvoy Discusses Challenges Facing Fire-Based EMS
    In this video, Mike McEvoy, Chair of the IAFC EMS Section, talks about the biggest challenges and opportunities facing fire-based EMS agencies in the next five years, what the EMS Section’s top priorities are, and what should a fire chief be doing to stay at the forefront of EMS. 
  • Chicago Fire Department Gets New Ambulances
    One day after CBS 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reported on the latest victim of the city's ambulance shortage -- the case of a heart attack victim who nearly died waiting for an ambulance -- the city added five new ambulances to the streets, but is that enough?
  • Memoir Looks Back at Ambulance Attendant's Work in '60s NYC
    In 1968, college sophomore Mike Scardino was working his second summer as a New York City ambulance attendant. He took a call from a woman in Jackson Heights, Queens, about her mother, an old, religious Italian woman who wasn't taking her pills and, according to the caller, wasn't acting right.
  • Woman Impaled by Beach Umbrella on NJ Beach
    Police say a London woman was impaled by a beach umbrella on the New Jersey shore. Margaret Reynolds, 67, was at Seaside Heights Monday afternoon when part of the umbrella pierced her right ankle and was driven completely through due to the "force of the wind."
  • Chicago Paramedics Hurt When Man Throws Brick Through Ambulance Window
    The incident happened Thursday in Woodlawn. Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published These are selected by the writer and confirmed by the editor Sources Cited - + As a news piece, this article cites verifiable, third-party sources which have all been thoroughly fact-checked and deemed credible by the Newsroom in accordance with the Civil Constitution.
  • NJ Shuts Down Delran Emergency Squad
    DELRAN - State regulators have shut down the Delran Emergency Squad, saying its chief lacks an EMT certification and has tried to thwart an investigation. "You may not, under any circumstances, operate as a BLS (basic life support) service provider," Scot Phelps, New Jersey's paramedic director, said in a letter announcing the squad's summary suspension.
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