As a first responder, I’ve been asked this question countless times. Trust me, you don’t want to know.
"It looks like someone took a giant knife and scraped the ground," one county sheriff said.
First responders join a chorus of angry Americans tired of big telecom’s nonsense.
The Mendocino fire complex has consumed an area almost as large as Los Angeles.
"She had them on her face, around her mouth, around her ears, her neck and her hair."
Beneath the surface of the ash temperatures as high as 1,300 degrees Fahrenheit.
Police found explosive chemicals, bottled urine, and a lunchbox bomb at a Florida home.
The storm silenced much of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. But a volunteer network of hams are helping people reach their loved ones.
Within minutes of the Manchester attacks, the injured were arriving in hospitals; within hours the suspect was identified, all because of well-rehearsed protocols likes these.
Who would risk their safety to tend to the injured in a city caught between poverty and violence?