Texas School Bus Crash Sends 32 to Hospital

Texas School Bus Crash Sends 32 to Hospital

Video Jan 18, 2012

A school bus and a tractor-trailer collided northeast of Austin, Texas. 32 people were taken to the hospital after the accident.

Munroe Regional Medical Center has launched a $26 million construction project to expand the emergency department and reduce wait times.
Dispatchers reported 67% percent of 9-1-1 calls from the hospital were unnecessary, noting the most calls received in a day was 17.
Daemen College Rescue Squad will now be dispatched to 9-1-1 calls made on campus.
Firefighters and law enforcement personnel will battle it out in an American Red Cross blood drive to see who can gather more blood donors.
In response to having the highest number of fatal overdoses in the state, Montour County first responders and community members participated in a naloxone training session.
Patients can't know what's life-threatening, the organization maintains.
EMT Mousa Chaban, 31, died from his injuries after his colleague fell asleep at the wheel and collided with another vehicle after running a red light.
Louisiana's unclear telemedicine regulations are being reevaluated to ensure patients continue receiving high quality care.
Detective Randy Knight's business, A Safe Knight Inc., offers free classes to groups on how to respond to mass casualty incidents.
For the first time in its 100-year history, Fillmore Fire Department hired three paid, full-time firefighters not working in management positions.
EMS providers responded to a total of 1,100 overdose calls last year.
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.
Onslow County EMS reported the frequent use of Narcan last year cost the agency $19,000.
Tonya Johnson, 43, was hit and killed by a pickup truck when she exited her vehicle on a highway.
Hazleton firefighters gathered used equipment and a truck from local companies to donate to Santo Domingo's fire department.