Jersey City Medical Center
EMS dispatch uses color-coded maps to track and to anticipate emergency calls. The program is called MARVLIS, or Mobile Area Routing Vehicle Location Information System. Based on its predictions, ambulances are pre-positioned in different neighborhoods.
Now there’s a device that’s helping some ambulance drivers operate more safely as they work to help others.
In one city in New Jersey you have a better chance of surviving cardiac arrest. Officials say it’s all because of a computer.
Officials at the Jersey City Medical Center said the majority of people who take the walking course fail it.
With the flu epidemic hitting the Tri-State Area hard, many pharmacies have begun to run out of flu shot supplies.
A prisoner under police guard at Jersey City Medical Center said he was just going to the restroom, but ended up climbing into the ceiling and trying to escape, police said.
For most kids learning science is done with textbooks and an experiment or two, but a new program at the Liberty Science Center is taking a new approach.
Port Authority Police spokesman Al Della Fave says the woman landed in the middle of the track as a PATH train rolled over her near the Grove Street station in Jersey City Thursday.
Hudson County prosecutor Edward DeFazio says Campos is accused of stabbing his parents, both Brazilian immigrants, and his sister’s child, after what may have been an argument with his father.
Hudson County Prosecutor Edward DeFazio said Officer Luis Mecka was responding to reports of shots fired when he saw 28-year-old Deron Kittrell, who appeared to have a gun.
A PATH train coming into a Hoboken station struck the abutment on Sunday morning, causing multiple injuries, authorities said.
Four women — including pregnant twin sisters — were stabbed early Sunday during a street brawl with another woman in Jersey City.
NJ Transit says a train staffer was shaken up but not seriously injured Saturday by an electrical “flash” that occurred when he tried to remove a foreign object that was caught on an overhead power line.
All but one of the escalators are back in service following a mishap that left five Jets fans injured at New Jersey Transit’s Secaucus Junction train station.
Doctors said by all accounts Esidras Valles shouldn’t be alive, sitting up, letting them examine him, but the 24-year-old is defying all odds.