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NTSB to Offer Course on Disaster Response

WASHINGTON - The National Transportation Safety Board is offering a three-day course, "Transportation Disaster Response - A Course for Emergency Responders," at the NTSB Training Center in Ashburn, Va., (near Washington, D.C.) on Nov. 16-18.

EV Safety Training Tour Begins

AUBURN HILLS, MI - The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) kicked off the first in a series of electric vehicle safety training sessions that will take place this fall in cities across the country, in a joint effort with Chevrolet and OnStar.

Vehicle Repair Dispute Challenges City Immunity Law

SAN ANTONIO - A San Antonio woman whose SUV was hit by a police vehicle rushing to a call was told that that the City would not pay for damages to her vehicle. The City cited a law that gives cities immunity if one of their employees crashes into someone while responding to an emergency.

Mayor Cuts Down City Fleet of Take-Home Vehicles

MANCHESTER, NH - After asking Manchester, N.H., city department heads to whittle down the number of employees taking home city vehicles, Mayor Ted Gatsas slashed the number by more than half, down to 19.

City of Loveland Employee Wins EVT of the Year Award

LOVELAND, CO - Warren Miller, a senior mechanic and 18-year employee for the City of Loveland Department of Public Works -Vehicle Maintenance Division, recently won the 2009 Emergency Vehicle Technician of the Year (EVT) award.

New Ambulances for Aiken County

AIKEN, SC - Aiken County Emergency Services will add three ambulances to its fleet in the coming weeks, bringing the total emergency response vehicles to 14.

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