AMR Activates National Command Center, Deploys Teams for Hurricane Florence

Unaffected by Florence as it pummels the rest of their state, northeastern EMS crews are helping their southeastern neighbors.
The drone has a device that acts as a mini-cell tower to allow first responders to communicate in a disaster.
A simulated plane crash at Rochester International Airport put emergency crews to the test.
The AT&T FirstNet team is deploying assets to ensure optimal coverage to keep first responders and residents connected.
In an MCI your community depends on your preparation—is your agency ready to answer the call?
Phoenix Academy will be the nation’s first campus to align gunshot detection with computer aided dispatch for faster incident mitigation.
AMR is deploying crews and medical transportation ground and air assets to assist affected communities.
Colorado's Task Force One firefighters will help serve communities impacted by the hurricane.
Flagler County Fire Rescue will send the team to Raleigh to provide medical care and support evacuations and EMS operations.
The storm is on course for an end-of-week landfall between South Carolina and the mid-Atlantic.
Alameda Fire Department responded to over 400 false alarms last year.
Attorney Douglas M. Wolfberg served as an expert witness in the federal case in which several EMS agencies agreed to pay $21M to settle a False Claims Act lawsuit.
Police officers shot and killed suspect Omar Perez after he opened fire in the loading dock of a bank in Cincinnati.
The damage caused by a semi-truck and two cars will require nearly $80K for repairs to the fire engine.
Ross Twp. Fire Department will use the grant to purchase self-contained breathing apparatus units.