While many North Texans could simply stay off the roads covered with snow and ice, but first responders don’t have that option.
Sirens, high speeds are a recipe for big accidents. That’s why one local ambulance company has a new system it hopes will keep people safer by preventing accidents before they ever happen.
Fort Worth Firefighters pull a man from his mobile home who had become unconscious due to smoke inhalation.
An ambulance ride brought a family together for the holidays.
Twenty-three middle school students at Highland Middle School in Saginaw had to be treated for multiple bee stings after someone disturbed a hive during PE class.
Two people died in a rollover wreck along Interstate 35W in south Fort Worth.
Car crashes into a Fort Worth home after colliding with another car.
Fort Worth-based MedStar Mobile Healthcare says it has treated 109 heat illness related patients since June 1.
There are reports that two people are dead after a double shooting in Fort Worth. Police and MedStar were called to the 5900 block of Calloway, in northwest Fort Worth.
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.
The ice may be melting, but not quick enough to keep hundreds of people from injuring themselves and heading to North Texas hospitals.
Winter weather across North Texas has resulted in thousands of crisis situations. But how do emergency responders respond when travel conditions are dangerous?