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Minnesota protest fatality

Police: Vehicle Plows into MN Protesters, Killing One

A woman was killed and three other people were injured when a vehicle drove into demonstrators during a protest in the Minneapolis neighborhood.
Firefighter carrying a ladder

Police Arrest 1 of 2 in Austin (TX) Mass Shooting that Wounded 14

Police have arrested one suspect and are searching for another after a mass shooting on a crowded downtown Austin street left 14 people wounded early Saturday, two of them critically.
Austin police chief on mass shooting

Police: Attacker Wounds 13 in Austin Shooting

Someone opened fire in a busy entertainment district in downtown Austin early Saturday, wounding 13 people.
Firefighters load a patient onto a helicopter

Video: Helicopter Landing Zone, Part 2

Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue has shared another training video in their series on helicopter landing zones, this one focusing on patient transfer and loading.

Federal Investigators to Examine Deadly Phoenix (AZ) Tanker Crash

Federal safety officials said Thursday they'll investigate a crash in which authorities said a milk tanker going too fast collided with seven passenger vehicles on a Phoenix freeway, killing four people and injuring at least nine.
In 2019, the Orlando Fire Department honors those slain and injured in the Pulse nightclub shooting with flags outside of Station 5.

For Rescuers in Orlando, Pulse Shooting Revealed Need for Support, Importance of Training

The chaos of June 12, 2016, left lingering trauma for those who tried to save the lives of the wounded.

Truck Driver Gets 16 Years in Crash that Killed Five Bicyclists

An Arizona box truck driver who plowed into bicyclists on a stretch of Nevada highway last December, killing five and injuring four, was sentenced Wednesday to a minimum of 16 years in Nevada state prison for driving under the influence of methamphetamine causing death.
Mi Angel Gaines with a member of FDNY Engine 41

Abducted Nine-Month-Old Returned Safe to NYC Firehouse

A nine-month-old girl abducted by her father in Harlem has been safely returned — dropped off at an FDNY firehouse in Manhattan.

Official: Death Toll Rises to 65 in Pakistan Train Collision

The death toll from a horrific collision of two trains in southern Pakistan rose to 65 on Tuesday after rescuers pulled 15 more bodies from crumpled cars a day after the crash, government officials said.
Baltimore City Fire Department

Baltimore Fire Department Faces Questions Over EMS in Budget Proposal

Baltimore’s fire officials faced a number of questions regarding staffing shortages in the city’s emergency medical services.