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Tag Archive | "paramedics"

Buffalo Grove Crash at Lake Cook Rd and McHenry Rd Wednesday Night Was Not a Mass Casualty Incident

Extrication crash at Lake Cook Road and McHenry Road, Buffalo Grove with 10 transported by paramedics to various hospitals. Wednesday night a popular Facebook page (not affiliated with Cardinal News), that uses the social media site to report emergency incidents, posted a crash as a “mass casualty crash.” The classification may have misled some readers […]

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The Battle of Christmas Eve Eve at Mariano’s

Nearby roads were packed, the parking lot was packed and store aisles were packed at Mariano’s Friday, December 23, 2016. Except for last minute shoppers still shopping for Christmas gifts, most of today’s activity was swarming at Mariano’s in Arlington Heights. Mariano’s was well prepared for the war on the grocery shelves. All cash registers […]

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Stanley M. Zydlo, MD “Father of Paramedics” Founder of First Emergency Medical System in Illinois Dies

FIRE OPS 101 in Glenview in 2010: Stanley M. Zydlo, M.D. demonstrates Endotracheal Intubation at elapsed time 00:34 through 00:55. Stanley M. Zydlo, M.D. — the founder of the Northwest Community EMS system and board certified Emergency Medicine physician — died last night after he was admitted with an illness to Northwest Community Hospital. “He […]

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Arlington Heights Ford Sales Manager Sam Vasco Grabbed Fire Extinguisher, 5 Others Helped at Crash by Portillo’s

VIDEO: MINI Cooper Crash with tree in front of Portillo’s and Arlington Heights Ford on Dundee Road. At least six people came to the rescue for a woman who crashed into a tree in front of Portillo’s Thursday just before 7:00 p.m. Arlington Heights Ford Sales Manager Sam Vasco said “he had never seen anything […]

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Apartment Fire on Carol Court, Palatine

VIDEO: Palatine apartment fire on Carol Court; extinguished within 30 minutes. Palatine firefighters and Cook County Sheriff’s deputies responded about 6:32 p.m. Tuesday to 1434 Carol Court to a report of a balcony fire possibly involving the second and third floor of an apartment building with a Mansard roof. The fire turned to be an […]

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Family of Michigan Ave Hit-and-Run Victim Meghann Eff Asks Public for Help in Tracking Offending Driver

Google Street View Google Street View looking north on Michigan Avenue at Pearson Street. Chicago police and fire department paramedics responded about 3:45 a.m. Sunday to a hit-and-run vehicle vs. pedestrian incident causing serious personal injuries on North Michigan Avenue and East Pearson Street. The offending vehicle is described as a silver or gray sedan […]

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Shots Fired; Homicide Investigation (Possible Murder-Suicide) on East Old Willow Rd, Prospect Heights

Prospect Heights police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 3:36 p.m. Monday to a report of shots fired in the 16-18 block of East Old Willow Road. Police arrived on the scene within minutes and reported two people down in the hallway of an apartment building. Police reported a male subject down on the floor of the […]

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Del Mar High School Principal Refuses Ambulance on Field for Downed Football Player

Del Mar High School (San Jose, California) principal Liz Seabury, is facing criticism for refusing to let an ambulance drive onto a football field to help an injured player. Fourteen-year-old Keanu Gallardo suffered a concussion during Del Mar’s JV football game on October 29. Paramedics had to roll a gurney 75 yards downfield while Gallardo […]

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Man Stabbed, Cut in Face and Body with Broken Bottle at Green Dolphin Nightclub, Chicago

View Larger Map Chicago police responded about 1:45 a.m. Sunday to the Green Dolphin nightclub, 2220 N. Ashland Ave in Chicago. One man was transported to Level I Trauma Center Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center by Chicago Fire Department paramedics after he was cut in the face and body with a broken bottle at the […]

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FIRE OPS 101: Public Leaders Experience the Tasks of Firefighter/Paramedics on the Eve of Fire Prevention Week

VIDEO OF LIVE FIRE OPERATIONS includes Arlington Heights Trustee Bert Rosenberg and Assistant Village Attorney Robin Ward entering a training structure with live fire inside — with Trustee Thomas W. Hayes and Village Manager Bill Dixon observing (Video available in HD/see right of video control bar. Watch any of the videos on this page in […]

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Resident Wakes Up to Find Passed Out Teen on North Highland

Arlington Heights Fire Department paramedics and Arlington Heights police responded to a report about 6:05 a.m. Sunday that a teen was passed out on the lawn behind a house in the 2000 block of North Highland Avenue. No word on transportation or arrest. Check Arlington Heights area police and fire calls every day on Twitter […]

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Arlington Heights Police Assist Cook County Sheriff Deputies on Nichols After Man Pulled Knife on Paramedics

Cook County Sheriff Police requested assistance from Arlington Heights Police Department about 4:25 p.m. Friday for a report of a disturbance with a man pulling a knife on paramedics at an apartment in the 3900 block of West Nichols Road. Paramedics left the scene when the knife was displayed. Cook County Sheriff’s deputies requested extra […]

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