Several Hurt In Odenton Crash Involving AmbulanceSeveral people are hurt in an accident involving an ambulance in Anne Arundel County.
Baltimore Ambulance Involved In Hit-And-RunBaltimore police say they've made an arrest in a hit-and-run involving an ambulance early Thursday morning.
Prince George's Officials Need Name For Pink AmbulancePrince George's County officials are asking for the public's help in naming a new ambulance that's painted pink.
First Responders Adapting To Fewer Fires, More Medical EmergenciesCalls for help are changing in this country.
Weather Does Not Appear To Be A Factor In Route 40 Crash That Killed 1, Injured 2Weather does not appear to be a factor in a crash on Route 40 that killed one and injured two others Wednesday morning.
Man Who Drove Stolen Ambulance Into Md. Gets 2 YearsA man who stole an ambulance from a Delaware hospital and led police on a chase into Maryland that included a stretch going the wrong way on Route 50 has been sentenced to more than two years in the Queen Anne's County Detention Center.
Legal Q&A: Medicare & Ambulance ServicesThe rules regarding Medicare payment for ambulance services can be complex. Medicare will pay for the emergency transportation to a hospital or a skilled nursing facility when other transportation could endanger your health.
D.C. Fire Department Sued Over Man's DeathRelatives of a man who died while waiting for an ambulance in the District of Columbia on a day when dozens of firefighters called in sick have filed a $12 million wrongful death lawsuit against the city's Fire and EMS Department.
D.C. Fire Chief Called To Step Down Amid Medical Response ConcernsA D.C. councilmember is calling on Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbe to step down amid questions about the department's ability to handle medical calls.
D.C. Council Poised To Reject Ambulance RedeploymentThe D.C. Council appears poised to reject a proposal by the city's fire department to deploy more ambulances during the daytime and reduce the number on duty during the overnight hours.
D.C. Fire Chief Apologizes For Ambulance FailuresThe District of Columbia's fire chief apologized Thursday for recent failures that led to slow ambulance response times and for failing to maintain accurate information about the readiness of the department's fleet, but he insisted that the department has the resources it needs to handle major emergencies.
Report: 3 Ambulances Could Have Helped D.C. OfficerThree District of Columbia fire department ambulances could have transported a seriously injured police officer who had to wait 15 minutes for an ambulance from Prince George's County, Md., city officials said in a report that placed the blame for the delay on individual employees.