The suspect who stole an ambulance in Southeast D.C., while paramedics were attending to a patient over the weekend, has been arrested.
A man who told police his firefighter neighbor pulled a gun on him says he’d never had an issue with Sgt. Doug Wheeler before the incident.
A firefighter in D.C. is under investigation after allegedly pulling a gun on a neighbor in Southeast, according to authorities.
A car crashed into a hotel in Northwest D.C. on Thursday morning, causing multiple injuries, according to DC Fire and EMS.
A person is in police custody after climbing on top of the Wilson Building in Northwest D.C. Friday morning, according to authorities.
A D.C. firefighter has reported a minor injury after responding to a scene in Northwest, according to officials.
DC Fire and EMS rescued a total of five people, including one infant, from a burning apartment building Monday in Southeast.
DC Fire and EMS say a multiple vehicle collision occurred on Interstate 695 Tuesday evening.
A popular bar in Northwest D.C. burst into flames Wednesday afternoon.
Two people, including a firefighter, were hurt after a house fire broke out in southwest D.C. early Saturday morning.
Two Firefighters rescued a man from his burning apartment in northeast D.C. Sunday morning.
Five people are in the hospital after high levels of carbon monoxide were reported in an apartment building in northeast D.C. Saturday.
The surge in COVID-19 cases continues to stretch resources at area hospitals and fire departments across the DMV.
Area fire departments are dealing with a surge in COVID-19 cases that have impacted almost 10 percent of the workforce in D.C.
A storm drain missing its cover disabled multiple cars on I-295 in Southeast Monday night, including one with a woman and her one-year-old child in it that went up in flames.
A woman and a child are seriously injured after a car fire that took place on I-295 on Monday night, according to DC Fire and EMS.
DC firefighters were met with a fire on all levels of a home in the 5400 block of Colorado Avenue, Northwest Tuesday morning.
The D.C. mayor’s office has teamed up with police, as well as fire and EMS to warn residents about the risks and dangers of the holiday season.
The Metropolitan Police Department says the cause of death for a woman found after an apartment fire on Sunday was a gunshot wound, according to an autopsy by the DC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
The firefighters say the fire was confined to the home's first floor.