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Four EMS students recognized for saving lives

Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in the U.S. Once a heart stops, despite all efforts by paramedics and emergency medical technicians, it’s extremely rare to get it started again. 725 more words

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Pig hunter hospitalized after falling near Pali Hwy.

A man was hospitalized Friday after falling dozens of feet near Pali Highway.

The call came in at 10:05 a.m. in the town-bound direction of the highway, a half-mile before Waokanaka Street. 67 more words


Boy hospitalized trying to assist brother in Hilton lagoon

A 12-year-old boy was hospitalized after a reported near drowning in Waikiki Wednesday.

It happened at 4:13 p.m. at the Hilton Hawaiian Village lagoon.

According to Emergency Medical Services, the boy was trying to help his younger brother after a stand-up paddleboard incident. 14 more words


Man's death at SAIT campus not criminal: Calgary police

CALGARY – Calgary police are now saying a suspicious death at the SAIT campus is no longer considered criminal in nature.

Police and paramedics were called to the Begin Tower Residence just after 11:30 Friday night. 63 more words


Suspect indicted in Palolo robbery investigation

A suspect in the robbery of a small Palolo store has been indicted by a grand jury.

Reef Keliipuleole-Gasmen, 36, was charged with robbery in the first degree, assault in the second degree and promoting a dangerous drug in the third degree. 144 more words


Suspect arrested in Chinatown stabbing

Honolulu police have arrested a suspect in connection with a stabbing in Chinatown.

It happened at around 1:36 p.m. Wednesday on Maunakea Street.

Police say two men were arguing outside Maunakea Liquor and Grocery and one man stabbed the other with an unknown weapon. 48 more words


Plans In Works To Create Michigan Memorial For EMS Workers

FLUSHING, Mich. (AP) – Plans are in the works to create a Michigan memorial for emergency medical workers who have died during life-saving efforts.

Noah Farrer of Flushing has been a paramedic for 19 years and says more than 40 have died since 1985. 80 more words