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Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefWhen most of us call 911, we have to wait for an ambulance or a fire truck to arrive before getting medical help. Lynchburg 911 dispatchers have been trained to offer lifesaving treatment over the phone. When you call 911 in the Hill City, a...
ReporterA group of college students were put to the biggest test on January 18. They're members of Radford University's Emergency Medical Services team. The group is volunteer only. Last Wednesday a man at a dialysis center on East Main Street in Radford went...
Tribune reportersOne moment Joe Passi was asleep in his bed. The next, he was fully awake, rocked into consciousness by an explosion the likes of which he had never heard before. Looking out the front window of his home on the eastern edge of the town of Tiskilwa,...
As a 17-year-old boy awaits trial on charges of impersonating a physician's assistant, Osceola Regional Medical Center has tightened hospital procedures that allowed the teen to treat patients, a state report released today shows. The Florida Agency...
Central Union High School District is hiring for the following: Relief Clerks Needed to work an "on-call, as-needed" basis. Desired qualifications: ability to perform routine clerical work (letter and report writing), spell correctly, have good English ...
Life savers respond on Catonsville High turf On Sept. 27, Perry Hall junior varsity field hockey player Breanna Sudano collapsed on the Catonsville High stadium field and stopped breathing. In full cardiac arrest, Sudano received immediate CPR from...
The Baltimore County Fire Department will receive nearly $2 million in Homeland Security funding to upgrade firefighting equipment and improve a fire station. A $1,750,000 grant will pay for 60 Life-Pak 12 units and ensure each station throughout the...
A couple of weeks ago, my faithful gardener Juan, took his last breath in my front yard. I am required to have CPR training because I teach fitness. After years of practice pressing on a dummy’s chest, this time it was real. My neighbor rushed over....
Naomi Smith, a four-year-old Glendale resident with leukemia, was granted a wish to visit three Florida theme parks by the Kids Wish Network, a national children’s charity. Naomi was two when she experienced cold-like symptoms that wouldn’t...
Staff WriterCALEXICO --- Calexico Police are asking the public's help in locating a hit and run driver suspected of striking a woman down unconscious today as she walked on her way home, an officer said today. The 39-year-old woman, whose name Calexico Police...
KTLA NewsSAN DIEGO (KTLA) -- The San Diego Zoo is mourning the loss of 2 Asian elephants that had to be euthanized this week. Zoo officials made the sad announcement Friday. The first elephant, 42-year old Cha Cha, underwent emergency surgery on Christmas Day to...
EAST HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Authorities say a teenager pulled out of his Connecticut high school's swimming pool during gym class has died. East Hartford Fire Chief John Oates says the boy died Wednesday after he was found unresponsive in East...
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