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Thursday, August 11, 2016

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Mich. paramedic critically injured in crash gives 'thumbs-up'
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SF paramedic faces 26 charges in connection with explosion: He was charged with possession of destructive devices, exploding a device with intent to injure and attempted arson
Study: Pacific Northwest is best region for first responders to live:Nine locations in Oregon and Washington filled the top 20 slots
'Pretty rad' off-road ambulance in Idaho offers relief to wildland FFs:The "mini" is built to access rugged terrain in remote areas
Wash. EMT-firefighter donates kidney to woman
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EMS NEWS
MDMA overdoses challenge EMS response at mass gatherings
By Arthur Hsieh, EMS1 Columnist
Illegal drugs and adverse environmental conditions are a potent combination at mass gathering events covered by EMS providers.
Dangers of MDMA 
FROM THE EDITOR
What should EMS providers consider before carrying on duty?
By Greg Friese, EMS1 Editor-in-Chief
EMS1 columnists react to a Kansas law allowing first responders to carry concealed weapons.
Key takeaways 
THE SOCIAL MEDIC
Dropping an Olympian: 5 gold-medal lessons for EMS
By Dave Konig, EMS1 Columnist
EMS providers must prepare for the public attention and scrutiny that comes with providing medical services at high-profile events.
Practice the basics 
EMS1 EXCLUSIVE
Do fire, EMS agencies need special vehicles for mass gatherings?
By Frank R. Myers, EMS1 Contributor
Once the department decides it needs them, training on how to safely use them is critical.
Spec'ing it out 
REMEMBER 2 THINGS
Legal marijuana use still has consequences
Marijuana is illegal in most states and if an agency prohibits it, EMTs can be disciplined even when using in a state where it's allowed.
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