A D.C. firefighter is facing a hate crime and terror threat charges in Pennsylvania, after allegedly insulting and threatening a driver in a road rage case.
D.C. Fire and EMS said the crash happened near 22nd Street and Alabama Avenue in Southeast. A total of nine people were taken to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, a spokesman said.
D.C. police said that a Silver Spring, Maryland, man who was riding an electric scooter in Dupont Circle was struck and killed Friday.
Police have not disclosed where they believe the “bad batch” of K2 originated, but the overdoses have occurred in all quadrants of the District.
A D.C. man has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder Sunday following the killing of a 1-year-old child last week.
As fire officials mitigate concerns over damage to a wall at a Northwest D.C. warehouse fire, Metro is resuming Red Line train operations, but delays are expected Thursday.
A tanker truck carrying 1700 gallons of diesel fuel overturned on South Capitol Street in Southeast D.C. during the Friday morning commute, spilling fuel into the roadway.
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.
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