Suing First RespondersPolice and other first responders are legally obligated to help citizens and their departments can face lawsuits when they are derelict in their duty.
Police Officer, EMT Help Deliver Baby At Burlington County HomeWestampton New Jersey Police Officer Max Scherzer and Burlington County Station 27 EMT Julian Vallery teamed up to help a mom give birth to a baby girl Saturday evening.
Philadelphia Civil Service Considers Replacing Some Paramedics With EMTsThe city will propose a new deployment model for paramedics and emergency medical technicians. It wants to replace one of two paramedics on city ambulances with an EMT.
Delaware County's All-volunteer Ambulance Corps Upset Over Efforts To Bring In Part-time StaffMembers of the Springfield, Delaware County Ambulance Corps fear a decision by the Board of Commissioners to bring in paid staff for some shifts could mark the “beginning of the end” for the only remaining all-volunteer unit in the county.
15th Main Line Run To Be Held SundayA 5K run that benefits volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians is being held Sunday to benefit first responders on the Main Line.
The Hero Bowl: A Great Game For A Great CauseThe score won’t matter Thursday night and every player on both sides knows it when the Central League meets the rival Del-Val League at Widener University’s Quick Stadium at 7:30 p.m. for the 36th Annual Hero Bowl.
Cape May County Fire Department Mourns The Sudden Death Of Beloved LieutenantThe Cape May County Fire Department is mourning the loss of one of their own.
Princeton EMT Leaves Behind Wife, Daughter After Losing His Life During Hurricane Irene39-year-old Michael Kenwood, a Princeton volunteer emergency medical technician is being mourned by his wife and daughter and family following his funeral in North Jersey Wednesday afternoon.
Hurricane Irene Local Death Toll RisingThe number of deaths related to Hurricane Irene continues to rise.