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Sunday, September 11, 2016

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TOP NEWS
Thousands of new patients seeking help for 9/11 illnesses
Former Iowa FF-paramedic killed in house fire
Ohio police release photo of boy with overdosed adults
Paramedic stabbed in the neck while responding to call: The weapon "narrowly missed" his carotid artery, but the medic finished his shift after being treated
DOJ drops fight over release of 911 calls from club massacre: The FBI said the records are no longer part of its active and ongoing criminal investigation
If overdose patient refuses transport, NC paramedics can leave Narcan: In June, North Carolina became the third state to allow pharmacists to sell naloxone without a prescription
Patient accused of punching, tackling Dallas paramedic
Off-duty nurses and Good Samaritan recognized for life-saving actions
House passes 9/11 bill allowing victims to sue Saudi Arabia
Google's self-driving cars will pull over for emergency vehicles
Fire chiefs endorse interoperable broadband network for first responders
Loyal dog's microchip helps identify collapsed runner
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EMS EDUCATION
Bleeding control need not cost an arm and a leg
By Aaron Brosius, EMS1 Contributor
The key to successful tourniquet application is training all emergency responders on the proper application of tourniquets.
Better coverage 
EMS PIONEERS
Long Island volunteer nears 40 years in EMS
By Mike Rubin, EMS1 Columnist
CPA by day, EMT-CC Gary Stehr gladly answers a third of his agency’s calls.
Stay passionate 
EDITOR'S NOTE
What increased passenger vehicle miles mean for first responders
By Rick Markley, FR1 Editor-in-Chief
First responders should pay attention to new driver-behavior data and its likely impact on increasing roadside dangers for personnel.
Staying stafe 
FREQUENT FLYERS
EMS professional growth scale
By Lenwood Brown III, EMS1 Columnist
A comic for EMS drawing off the real experiences of EMS.
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INSIDE EMS PODCAST
Volunteering in EMS
By EMS1 Staff
In this week's episode, our co-hosts sit down with an EMS professional to discuss important issues surrounding volunteering in EMS.
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343Fire union to open behavioral health treatment center for firefighters, paramedics
322NC county: If overdose patient refuses transport, paramedics can leave Narcan
255Kan. firefighters loan ambulance to EMS company following collision
196Google's self-driving cars will pull over for emergency vehicles
170Kratom: What EMTs need to know about the drug the DEA plans to ban
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