Police have ruled the death an accident.
— A Jewish paramedic in Tennessee has filed a civil rights lawsuit against his former employer for making disparaging remarks about his fai…
Female paramedics were blocked from joining Hatzalah in Brooklyn. Determined to provide alternatives for Jewish women, they decided to found their own volunteer service.
ZAKA, an Israeli rescue service mostly made up of ultra-Orthodox Jews, is taking the unusual step of reaching out to Arab groups to build cooperation, and save lives.
A group of female paramedics want to join the Hatzalah Jewish ambulance service. They insist they are not feminists, and only want to defend traditional modesty rules.