National EMS Weekend of Honor Pays Tribute to Fallen EMS Heroes

Nearly 500 residents gathered to interact with multiple fire and EMS personnel to improve community relations and recruit new members.
Forecasters are predicting an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season again this year.
The American Red Cross teamed up with firefighters and police officers for the Battle of the Badges Blood Drive to attract donors.
The public is welcome to attend the memorial service and the bike ride to honor EMS personnel who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
The East Coast route will be kicking off the 2018 National EMS Weekend of Honor.
Thanks to Anne Arundel County Public Library's Narcan supply, an employee trained in administering the drug used it to revive a man who overdosed in the bathroom.
Alyssa and Kevin Duane are encouraging others to know the warning signs of a stroke no matter how young or healthy you are.
The Technical Expert Panel is requesting feedback from the EMS community, public safety, healthcare and others.
The ReadyHarris app sends emergency alerts, provides a guide for building a disaster plan, maps evacuation routes and more.
Chris Metsala and his family wanted to repay the responders who helped save his life.
May brings both EMS Week and the National EMS Memorial Service's Weekend of Honor.
Correctional officer Shaun Skursky was the first to jump into the lazy river to help a boy who was caught in an intake tube for eight minutes.
Erica Bartlett was relaxing at a pool with her family when she noticed a young boy floating in the water.
The American Trauma Society is informing the public that most injuries are preventable through awareness and education.
The 4-year-old and his mother were walking along the beach when a rogue wave swept them into the Atlantic Ocean.