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Bystanders lift car, free trapped man

A trio of bystanders lifted a car and pulled a trapped man from beneath it Thursday afternoon.

Ottawa Paramedics said a 55-year-old man was working under the car in the Bayshore Drive area when the hydraulic jack supporting the vehicle lost pressure. 73 more words

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So many jobs, so little time

So truthfully, my track record with jobs has been, well, somewhat scattered. It’s almost embarrassing. I’ve often wondered why I’ve had so much trouble staying in one job and in one place for very long. 1,185 more words


Fourth homicide of year after stabbing near Elgin Street

Ottawa police are investigating the city’s fourth homicide of the year after a 21-year-old man was fatally stabbed early Saturday after a night out on Elgin Street. 540 more words

Local News

Project Spotlight: "GOALI: Improving Medical Preparedness, Public Safety, and Security at Mass events"

by Michelle Diana Bradley, MPH

The Bank of America Chicago Marathon is one of the largest marathons in the country.  The limit of 45,000 registered runners is usually reached months in advance of race day.  402 more words

Northwestern Community

Throwback Thursday: Emergency response

Last week we welcomed our new students to medical school. This week we travel back to 1974.

This image, courtesy of Baylor College of Medicine Archives, found in the 1974 Aesculapian yearbook has our students taking a tour of the emergency rooms in one of our affiliate hospitals at the time. 20 more words

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