Amber Williams, 24, gave her 17-month-old son cocaine and put him into a cold bath after he consumed the opiates, requiring five doses of Narcan from firefighters to revive him.
Boostlite® and Draftlite® become standard equipment on select FIRELITE® skid units.
Crews ran 271 flu calls between December and January compared to 54 in November.
Onslow County Emergency Medical Services was allotted $600K to purchase new cardiac monitors for every ambulance and quick-response vehicle.
Diamond Pipeline gave $1 million in grants to first responder organizations for training and new equipment.
New legislation would provide treatment options for firefighters suffering from job-related cancer or PTSD.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is reminding the public of the law to slow down or move over when emergency vehicles are approaching.
To save lives, volunteers installed free smoke alarms over MLK Day of Service Weekend.
ZOLL PULSE Awards recognizes ZOLL customers who demonstrate commitment to improving patient, financial, or operational outcomes.
New bleeding control technology is now being carried by select units in EMS, fire and law enforcement.
El Paso Fire Department plans to use two drones as aids during search and rescue operations.
Weekly yoga classes offered to public safety agencies help first responders manage the daily stresses of their jobs.
When Israeli rescuers enter an Arab neighborhood, an unexpected cardiac save isn’t the only positive outcome.
Despite the injuries she caused, the judge decided the woman would benefit more from probation and mental health treatment instead of prison.
The school district placed first aid to-go kits in every classroom in the event of a shooting or traumatic injury.