When a caller and others are trapped in a sinking vehicle, it's a race against time.
Wildland fires can inflict widespread damage and keep emergency dispatchers and first responders busy. These fires are most common during the summer.
Addressing psychiatric issues requires careful intervention.
Understanding victims' mindset goes a long way in handling suicides and suicide attempts.
Technical Rescue Teams play critical role in assisting with high-angle rescue.
All sorts of animals can pose a risk to human safety—and the average number of attacks may surprise you.
See no evil, hear no evil, smell no evil—carbon monoxide is a silent killer and the leading cause of accidental-poisoning deaths and poisoning-related injuries worldwide.
A look at PPDS Chief Complaint selection when it comes to Protocol 110 Burglary (Break-and-Enter)/Home Invasion, Protocol 126 Robbery/Carjacking, and Protocol 130 Theft (Larceny).
A call to 911 involving a choking victim can take many turns. How to manage these situation, whether they involve adults, children or infants.
Position statements and descriptions in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standard 1061 adds weight to the importance of emergency fire dispatch.