While many North Texans could simply stay off the roads covered with snow and ice, but first responders don’t have that option.
The only hospital in Waxahachie will soon move into a new building, and that means performing the risky transport of ill patients, some of them critical, to the new facility.
A woman calling 911 to summon an ambulance for a man who later died of Ebola described him as vomiting at a Dallas apartment.
“We have quarantined both them and the unit itself to make sure that nothing was there that can be spread and we’re going about our protocol about how to do that.”
Authorities say a floor collapsed under a large crowd of people gathered in a suburban Houston home, sending three dozen people to hospitals, most with minor injuries.
Moments after an ambulance pulled into the parking lot at JPS Hospital in Fort Worth, the patient inside jumped into the driver’s seat and drove away.
An Ill. man was arrested after a Denton County Sheriff’s Office deputy was struck by a vehicle Saturday night.
At least two people are reported dead in a fatal car wreck in Dallas.
A combination of planning and improvisation left Fort Worth emergency crews with a template for better responding to icy weather that other cities may follow.
Police said three people were killed in a major accident at N. Prairie Creek Rd. and Dunlap Dr. in Dallas.
An off-duty Garland police officer shot and killed a shoplifter Sunday.
CareFlite, the company that provides air transportation for medical emergencies, has given Frisco notice that it will no longer offer its services to the city.