Tex. EMS Personnel Struggling After Church Shooting

Tex. EMS Personnel Struggling After Church Shooting

Video Nov 08, 2017

Volunteer EMTs who responded to the Sutherland Springs church shooting that left 26 people dead are reeling from the emotional toll of the experience. 

A Pafford EMS medical helicopter crashed on Sunday night, killing all three crew members on board.
Effingham County Dive Rescue Team consists of difficult but rewarding work, like rescue missions and solving crimes with police.
The 6,700-square foot center features a dispatch center, a large main room for disaster response meetings, and a media room for relaying information during emergencies.
Dispatch operators in Flagler, Florida often quit within their first twelve months of work due to the high stress of the job and average starting salary of $22,000.
Government representatives are considering new legislation and higher taxes to help support agencies that are losing volunteers.
The AAA honored SCCAD's efforts in combating the opioid epidemic with a 2017 AMBY Award in the category of Community Impact Program.
Dispatchers at New Bern Police Department's communications center are now allowed to provide pre-arrival medical instructions to 9-1-1 callers.
Eligible volunteer firefighters were approved by township supervisors to receive a 20 percent property tax credit and an income tax credit of up to $200.
San Diego firefighters sported their new buzz cuts to honor their fellow crew member Nick Hibbs as he battles cancer.
Firefighters are seeking an injunction to block a new policy that would call in off-duty firefighters to work when others call in sick.
The NAEMSP congratulates its class of 2017 Fellows of the Academy of Emergency Medical Services to recognize their contributions to the Association and the EMS community.
Megan Erdley filed a federal lawsuit against William Cameron Engine Company for allegedly firing her based on sexual discrimination and retaliation.
Dispatch operators in San Diego will be receiving a 24.1 percent pay raises to improve recruitment and retention rates.
The firefighters haven't had a raise since 2012 and were supposed to receive one this year for being EMT-certified, but the city pushed it to 2018 with a plan to give a 3 percent salary increase instead.
The South Cobb Area Council recognized the team for their commitment to the community and for their exceptional ability to perform their duties under the most strenuous of circumstances.