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The District of Columbia's fire chief is set to explain why a police officer injured in a hit- and-run had to wait 15 minutes for an ambulance from Maryland.
D.C. Fire & EMS is coming under fire after a new report raises questions about whether the department is prepared for emergencies.
District of Columbia public safety officials are holding a news conference to discuss concerns over ambulance response times.
D.C.'s fire department is investigating allegations that D.C. Fire and EMS training academy instructors made inappropriate remarks to female cadets.
In an interview with WTOP Monday morning, Chief Kenneth Ellerbe, who was tapped for the position by Mayor Vince Gray in December 2010, claims scathing Washington Times reports against him are "unfair," "not accurate" and "sensationalist."
The head of the D.C. Fire and EMS Department is seeking to demote a battalion chief for being too lax in discipline after beer was found at a station house in Northwest.