Setting aside one day to honor those who save lives every day—not just first responders but also Maryland citizens.
A life-saving tool has a life of its own. Creators of the Trauma Hal mannequin unveiled it to first responders this weekend.
An ambulance and a fire truck that collided in Montgomery County injured six people.
Ebola fears in the United States have put first responders on alert.
In emergencies, the faster the response, the faster lives are saved.
The Prince George’s County Fire/EMS Department says a Capitol Heights house scheduled to undergo a renovation as part of a volunteer project has been damaged in a fire.
For more than 30 years Dr. Roy Myers has worked to ensure that Anne Arundel County firefighters are well equipped to provide medical care when they arrive on the scene of an auto accident or at a home where someone has just had a heart attack.
Emergency responders say they have been conducting water rescues throughout the night after a storm caused flash flooding throughout the area.
Sections of Interstates 70 and 81 are included in a funeral procession for a Washington County emergency medical services coordinator who died from injuries she suffered in a traffic accident.
Baltimore’s fire chief is surrendering his department’s emergency medical services training accreditation.
In honor of Emergency Medical Services Week, several Marylanders are being honored for their quick thinking and brave actions.
Preparing for a disaster. People in Baltimore County did just that. The focus was on saving people, as well as pets.