Next Episode of 999: On the Frontline is
Filmed simultaneously with ambulance crews across the West Midlands, this series shows in real time the range of cases paramedics attend to.
Paramedics treat a woman who's fallen headfirst through a glass door, leaving a deep wound across her head, and a man complaining of crushing headaches who has a family history of brain haemorrhages. They also attend a car that's embedded in a garden wall after a two-vehicle smash and are called out to a drunk man who's been found collapsed in the street and is clutching his chest. The paramedics turn detectives to try to figure out why a woman keeps passing out.
Paramedics treat a woman whose baby could be in distress and a patient who's collapsed.
Paramedics are called to a toddler who's having a constant seizure, a road traffic collision, a possible stroke and an elderly woman with chest pains
A 21-year-old woman who hasn't passed urine in over 20 hours is complaining of severe pain in her kidneys, and the construction of a summer house goes badly wrong.
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