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Paramedic Marcell Salters posted a photo of two African-American men pointing handguns at a white police officer with the caption: "Our real enemy."
A Wisconsin National Guard combat medic who helped save the life of a woman injured in a car crash has received the military's highest medal for valor in noncombat.
David Plouff has been a continuously active paramedic for Colonie since 1975.
Paramedic Armando Lazaro, 33, and Kern County firefighter Adam Bickford, 32, received awards for heroism and bravery at a morning ceremony outside Hall Ambulance Service, Inc.
Dozens of police officers, sheriff's deputies, firefighters and EMS responders poured into the Albemarle Wal-Mart on Saturday with one mission: To save Christmas.
The company extended special recognition to those crew members who have achieved a substantial number of patient transports during their tenure.
Deadliest Catch star to appear on this season of Celebrity Apprentice.
“Stock Up for Seniors” project provided care packages for Citrus County seniors in need.
Joyce Craig, the city's first female member killed in the line of duty, was mourned by hundreds Saturday afternoon as she was laid to rest.
A good deal of the spending has been channeled into positions and programs designed to create an infrastructure that will aid in the recovery process for many years.
AMR crews make sure one of their regular patients celebrates Christmas.
"It's every firefighter's worst nightmare," said Bridgewater Fire Department Captain Joe Cairns.
Deputy McMahon earned his award for his actions on Sept. 26, when he performed CPR on a motorcyclist who had crashed, keeping him alive until paramedics arrived.
Roger Desmarais of Argilla Road walked into the central fire station and handed the chief an envelope to buy an ambulance.
In an article on the Time website, Editor Nancy Gibbs praises those battling Ebola in West Africa.
Lighted parades have become a big part of community events during the holidays.
What really needs rescuing is the script.
Stigma that keeps some responders from making the connection between trauma and mental health is rooted in a culture where asking for help has been seen as weakness.
Fear of police, language barriers, lack of knowledge of cardiac arrest symptoms and financial concerns prevent Latinos from seeking emergency medical help.
The city is considering waiving ambulance fees for Medicare recipients as part of an effort to ensure that poor seniors can get emergency care.