DPS Identifies Man Who Allegedly Stole AmbulanceThe Texas Department of Public Safety identified a man who was arrested Saturday for allegedly stealing an ambulance in Austin and driving it to Killeen.
MedStar Operating Under Emergency Weather ConditionsThe heat is dangerous and first responders are taking it seriously.
Multiple MedStar Ambulances Out Of Service, Damaged By HailAccording to Matt Zavadsky of MedStar, 11 ambulances were brought out of service because of heavy hail damage.
Police: Texas Woman Leads Officers On Chase In Stolen AmbulanceA woman has been arrested after authorities say she led police in Texas on a slow-speed pursuit in a stolen ambulance.
Paramedics & Driver Walk Away After Ambulance WreckAn ambulance crashed after a collision with a passenger vehicle at the intersection of Highway 80 East and Belt Line Road late Tuesday morning.
Reuse Of Old Ambulances Has Some People Burning UpUnder the law, the only thing decommissioned trucks can’t do is run lights and siren.
Toddler Survives Hit-And-RunA 3-year-old boy is recovering from serious injuries after he was struck by a car Tuesday afternoon.
Knowing That Time Counts - Heart Attack Patient Saved In 7 MinutesDoctors say anyone experiencing symptoms that could be a heart attack should call 911 immediately.
Man Arrested For Stealing AmbulanceA man was taken into custody in Fort Worth early Wednesday after he allegedly stolen an ambulance from two paramedics.
No Snow Day For First Responders As Emergency Calls Flood InWhile many North Texans could simply stay off the roads covered with snow and ice, but first responders don't have that option.
CBS 11 Along For Practice Of High-Risk Medical Facility MoveThe 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.
Dallas Releases 911 Call For First Ebola Patient A woman calling 911 to summon an ambulance for a man who later died of Ebola described him as vomiting at a Dallas apartment.