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After a driver rammed his van through the popular street of Las Ramblas in Barcelona, 14 people were killed and 100 others were injured.

A similar second attack that occurred in Cambrils, Spain left one woman dead and four others injured. ISIS has claimed responsibility for both attacks. 

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More than 300 state and local agencies have added drones to their arsenals, including a Texas police department that used a drone to spot an escaped convict. The drones can be used to locate active shooters inside buildings, people trapped in burning buildings, and lost hikers.

Sleeping Tulsa residents were awakened to a tornado ripping through the city with no siren warnings early Sunday morning, leaving at least 30 people injured and causing major damage to multiple businesses downtown.

A "heat map" of prior calls helps Life EMS Ambulance in Grand Rapids predict calls and make live decisions on routing.

Cincinnati firefighters and paramedics believe the laws should be changed to involuntarily commit heroin addicts to rehabilitation facilities to break the cycle of addiction.

The raging wildfires have forced 10,000 residents to evacuate their homes. 

Lee County, Fla. EMS will soon have its own substation in North Fort Myers. Chiefs for the North Fort Myers Fire District and Lee County EMS said it was time for a change because of overcrowding. 

The Center for Patient Safety has announced its "EMS Patient Safety Boot Camp,"

A family of four adults and five children died when a flash flood swept them away from the riverbank where they were relaxing.

Dramatic video showed the home in Land O' Lakes, north of Tampa in Pasco County, collapsing into the hole Friday morning.

After CPR and multiple AED shocks failed to resuscitate a man who went into cardiac arrest, paramedics utilized the LUCAS 3 Chest Compression System, which delivers a rate of 102 compression per minute at a depth of 2.1 inches.

Triple-digit temperatures and strong winds are making the blaze difficult to contain by firefighters, who helped 4,000 people evacuate the affected area.

First responders in Vermont will be the first in the United States to receive worker's compensation for issues such as PTSD due to the traumatic nature of events that are encountered in the line of duty.

Riding with Fayette EMS personnel as they battle the opioid epidemic in southwestern Pennsylvania.