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Viewers will ride along with the proud men and women of the Boston Emergency Services, one of America's most seasoned team of first responders: the first step in the chain of trauma care. It was this same group that answered the desperate calls of runners and spectators two years ago when the bombs went off at the Boston Marathon. Treating the injured and ferrying the wounded to hospitals, the Boston EMS earned the gratitude of a shell-shocked and grief-stricken city with their cool-headed professionalism. In Boston EMS, viewers will meet some of the heroes of that terrible day as they answer new calls and respond to a daily dose of trauma and mayhem.
Paramedics fear that a stabbing victim in a park has been wired with explosives.
A married EMT team struggle to pull a drowning man from a frigid river; colleagues are faced with the challenge of calming a hysterical 6-year-old who fell out of bed and fractured his arm; and a building fire results from a resident forgetting to extinguish a scented candle.
The EMS is summoned to a tough neighborhood to treat two gunshot victims; a 2-year-old suffers a febrile seizure; a bomb squad is called to assess a suspicious package left outside a day care center.
A raging house fire threatens an entire city block; a pregnant woman is injured in a car accident; an EMT tries to convince the victim of a vicious assault to report the incident to police.
A patient promises to turn his life around after being shot in the leg; a paramedic must convince an unwilling patient to receive life-saving treatment; a carbon monoxide alarm rings at a school, and students report feeling dizzy.
A patient promises to turn his life around after being shot in the leg; a paramedic must convince an unwilling patient to receive life-saving treatment; a carbon monoxide alarm rings at a school, and students report feeling dizzy
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