Next Episode of Close Calls: On Camera is
Season 6 / Episode 5 and airs on 25 May 2018 10:45
A look at the split-second decisions that can change a everyday event into a disaster.
A young couple out walking along a pavement are hit by an out-of-control car, a young mum calls 999 when her baby is unresponsive, and a teenage motorcyclist meets a four by four head-on.
A film extra is taken ill at the top of a cathedral tower and a coastguard crew fight to save him, a mum and daughter flee a fire in their flat, and customers at a pub run from an out-of-control lorry.
In this episode an adventurous pensioner is lost on Ben Nevis in a howling snow storm, and a van driver skids on black ice to end up teetering on the very edge of a motorway bridge.
A woman is trapped in her loft-conversion bedroom while a fire rages below her. When a young boy falls from a promenade while chasing after his dog, rescuers race against the incoming tide.
An experienced base jumper's parachute gets tangled up when he leaps off Beachy Head, passers by come to the aid of a fitness trainer collapsed in the street and a fire near a petrol station causes staff and customers to run for safety.
A veteran saloon car race driver is involved in a horrific crash on the finish line, two pals fish a hand grenade out of a river, and a young boy alerts his mum to a car fire.
A family is trapped 50 metres up on a tourist attraction, and a young rock climber disobeys his dad, with terrifying consequences.
A top British surfer rides the wave of his life when it all goes wrong, two little girls call for help when their dad collapses, and a mum and daughter suddenly find their tumble drier on fire.
A group of hikers are enjoying a day on Dartmoor when one falls, landing on rocks below, and a young couple and their baby flee a hotel fire after a fellow guest alerts them.
Two young men are attempting to set a world record rowing the Atlantic when a freak wave capsizes their boat, and a family day out in the snow almost ends in tragedy when a dad has a sledging accident.
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