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Fargo Police Investigating Stabbing

They also discovered the rear windshield of a car had been smashed during the altercation.

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) Fargo police believe a man was stabbed in the hip with a pocket knife around 3 o’clock yesterday afternoon on the 1600 block of Dakota Drive. They also discovered the rear windshield of a car had been smashed during the altercation. The man was treated on site by FM Ambulance and released. Police have not made any…

Moorhead Police Find Body in River at Johnson Park

they are working to ID the person and notify his or her family

  MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead Police have found a body in the river at Johnson Park. Police say someone told them they thought they saw a person floating in the water just after 4:00 this afternoon. When officers got to the boat launch area, they turned their water rescue into a recovery effort. Authorities are working to ID the body…

One Fatality After Morning Rollover Crash in Moorhead

Crews responded to the scene around 7 this morning

MOORHEAD, MN– One of the victims from the motor vehicle crash on 28th Avenue near 34th Street passed away from injuries sustained in the crash. Three people are seriously injured after a single-vehicle rollover crash in the 3300 block of 28th Avenue North in Moorhead. Crews from Clay County, Moorhead, Dilworth, F-M Ambulance and Minnesota State Patrol responded to the…

Van Hits woman and Two Children in North Fargo

The woman was on a bike, pulling a wagon carrying the children when they were hit.

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – A van struck and injured a woman and two children at a crossing in North Fargo. It happened just before 7:30 a.m. Monday just south of Sanford Medical Center. The woman was on a bike, pulling a wagon carrying the children when they were hit. The van driver told KFGO News, he was turning left off…

Celebrating the 45th Annual EMS Week With Fargo’s Finest

About 40 EMS workers came out to Urban Plains Park in Fargo to celebrate with the community like FM ambulance, Sanford Airmed, the West Fargo Police Department, the Fargo fire department and more

FARGO, N.D.– Its the 45th annual EMS week where Emergency Responders are recognized for everything they do for their communities. About 40 EMS workers came out to Urban Plains Park in Fargo to celebrate with the community including FM ambulance, Sanford Airmed, the West Fargo Police Department, the Fargo fire department and more. They came out to talk to people about…

F-M Ambulance Adds Additional Ambulance to South Fargo During Road Construction

officials say they did it because there's three schools in the area and several busy roads

FARGO, N.D. — F-M Ambulance adds an additional ambulance to southwest Fargo because of major road construction nearby. Officials say F-M Ambulance has not noticed an increase in calls around areas with construction on 52nd Avenue South. EMT’s say they also haven’t experienced delays when responding to an emergency. However, they selected southwest Fargo because it’s near three elementary schools and…

EMT’s Celebrate 60 Years On The Job at F-M Ambulance

From the first F-M Ambulance and employees to the current crew and rig, a lot has changed in the way they treat patients

FARGO, N.D.– F-M Ambulance is celebrating its 60th year by hosting a reunion for all current and past employees. From the first F-M Ambulance and employees to the current crew and rig, a lot has changed in the way they treat patients. “From picking up a patient and the only care was putting your foot in the carburetor and getting them…

FM Ambulance Holds “Save a Life Saturday” at West Acres

Paramedics taught people proper techniques when performing CPR

FARGO, N.D. — People not only did their Saturday shopping at West Acres, but some also learned how to save a life. FM Ambulance hosted their “Save a Life Saturday” at the mall, giving people a chance to learn CPR. Paramedics, firefighters, and police officers showed people how to properly perform chest compressions if someone is under cardiac arrest. Some medical…

F-M Ambulance Honors Man for Quick Thinking Saving Moorhead Man With CPR

Riley Rude saved John Collins' life in Moorhead after he had a heart attack

FARGO, N.D. — Only seven to 10 percent of people survive getting a heart attack. But F-M Ambulance EMT’s say it’s people like Riley Rude who can change that statistic and it’s why they honored him with an award. Three months ago, Rude noticed John Collins had collapsed outside his Moorhead home. He performed CPR on Collins until emergency responders arrived,…

8-year-old Girl and Neighbor Save Mother’s Life After Heart Attack

They were presented with awareds from FM Ambulance and Fargo Fire Department

FARGO, N.D. — An 8–year–old girl and her neighbor are honored for saving her mom’s life after a heart attack. On Nov. 25,  8–year–old Sloan Stoltz  showed up to her neighbor Mark Donarski’s house looking distraught. “She was trembling, shaking, and she was holding a phone and said, ‘Mark, can you come help Mom. I can’t wake her up.’ I…