CBS 3 has learned Philadelphia firefighters and medics are about to get new protective gear to shield them from any possible exposure to the Ebola virus.
A special Ebola training session for Camden County first responders. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows us the newest protocols to guard against the deadly virus.
Gov. Chris Christie was joined by Democratic leaders in the legislature and more than five dozen mayors from across the state as he signed the extension into law.
The ICE BlueButton app lets you plan for a disaster, setting up multiple ‘In Case of Emergency” (or ICE) contacts.
Instead of waiting for police to officially secure a scene, it’s a coordinated effort between law enforcement and EMS, as played out during one of the simulations.
The idea is to diagnose any potential health problems in first responders before they’re called out on a job.
Fifteen first responders have filed a lawsuit claiming Conrail was negligent in the aftermath of a train derailment and chemical spill in southern New Jersey last year.
NHS Human Services, a Montgomery County social services agency, has teamed up with members of law enforcement to develop a training seminar to educate first responders on how to deal with people who are on the autism spectrum.
The Worcester Volunteer Fire Department has announced that it will be accepting donation for Boston bombing victims during their 13th annual 5k run.
You might not hear the difference on the phone, but 9-1-1 in Camden County has gotten a major upgrade.
The victim’s family testified on the impact of the loss at the hands of the 36-year-old neighbor and family friend, but the judge also heard from first responders who are still affected.
President Obama has signed into law a defense spending bill that includes legislation that was sparked by the untimely death of a first responder in Bucks County.
In honor of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s newest exhibit, they’re offering free admission to first responders and their families for the next week.
Delaware County authorities recently dealt with one such case in which the suicide victim even set up warning signs around a tent where he inhaled the hydrogen sulfide gas he had released inside of it.
Members of the Philadelphia Fire Department are getting an opportunity this week to attend a seminar about avoiding the danger of suicide among first responders.