D.C. Fire Department
The D.C. Fire Department has launched an investigation into its handling of a recent 911 call for help after a 50-year-old woman died just hours after she was seen by the department’s EMTs.
Washington’s fire chief says the recent hiring of nine new paramedics has alleviated some of the stress on the department.
The District of Columbia Fire and EMS department is bolstering its depleted ranks with new ambulances and nine new paramedics.
A man who D.C. police say exchanged gunfire with officers Wednesday is dead after a city ambulance was shut down while he was being taken to a hospital.
A two-alarm house fire on Glenbrook Road in Northwest D.C. that could be seen from Crystal City has been contained.
Authorities say they’ve found no evidence of an overturned boat in the Potomac River after getting a report from the driver of a passerby car.
Four people have been pulled from a burning home in NW, Washington, D.C. Two of the victims have been transported to a local hospital, one of which may be battling life-threatening injuries.
There was a fire at a local high school and the D.C. Fire Department says one of its own was hurt combating the flames.