First responders had to extricate the driver from his partially crushed car, which was apparently moving, in the 2500 block of 44th Street Northwest.
Two people are in the hospital after a fire engulfed a three-story town house in Northwest D.C., sending black smoke into the air that was visible for miles.
A Jeep caught fire and became engulfed in flames in downtown D.C. on Tuesday afternoon.
The car struck the delivery man, then went partially underneath the back of the delivery truck, pinning the man’s legs between the two vehicles.
A child was struck by a minivan Tuesday morning in Northeast D.C. near 20th Street and Quincy Street, and has been taken to a hospital, D.C. officials said.
The iconic Smithsonian Castle was briefly evacuated late Wednesday morning after a fire broke out on the fourth floor. No one was hurt, but it’s unclear if any of the museum’s artifacts were damaged in the fire.
Fire and ambulance response times have improved in D.C., and officials detailed plans Wednesday to advance emergency medical service as well.
D.C. Fire and EMS Chief Gregory Dean says he disagrees with a Metro court filing that said his department was solely responsible for rescuing passengers during the 2015 fatal smoke incident near L’Enfant Plaza.
A 23-year-old man from Herndon is dead after a 10-story fall down a boiler shaft from the roof of the DuPont Circle Hotel in Northwest D.C. early Sunday, officials said.
Investigators believe the operator of the food truck improperly refueled a gas-powered generator while the truck was serving customers shortly before the fire started.
D.C.’s interim police chief says miscommunication led to a delayed police response, as a District firefighter and paramedic struggled with a woman who attacked them with a knife.
A commercial ambulance crew told the Department of Health they were swarmed by about 30 ATV and motorcycle riders on March 23 on Michigan Avenue near North Capitol Street.
D.C.’s police and fire chiefs are voicing support for Mayor Muriel Bowser’s budget proposal for 2017, which makes a large investment in public safety.
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