Next Episode of Emergency! is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Filmed in a semi-documentary style, Squad 51 takes on life-or-death challenges.
Johnny's policeman friend is brought over at Rampart, who later dies of a car accident, when another Squad was busy speaking to another person on the bio phone with a heart case, leading Roy to find if the delay can matter, later. Doctors treat a child, who's an alcoholic. Johnny and Roy assist in treating opposing members of a bike gang, after a bloody beaten fight, with the encouragement of Dr. Brackett and Dixie. Other rescues include that of a man who welded himself inside his own kinetic art sculpture, and a father and son trapped in a building collapse at a construction site.
Station 51 gets their new fire engine, which gets put to use during a junkyard fire. While there, Roy and John buy an older engine they had found there. The paramedics try to help a woman strung out on LSD and have to chase her down to the top of a building when she flees. The base station at Rampart is upgraded with a new transmitter and radio for better management of Squad traffic. Dr. Brackett and Dixie both treat a gunshot victim, who later undergoes surgery, and wants to walk out immediately afterwards. Meanwhile, the paramedics treat a politician suffering from a heart attack, and the station responds to a warehouse fire.
John discovers that he will be a father–to kittens, when a pregnant stray cat appears on his bed, and Boot the dog is not happy about the cat being there. The paramedics rescue a family involved in a plane crash; the father dies, the mother and young daughter are injured; and a grizzled junk dealer who got his foot stuck in a bear trap. A stage actress is suffering from tachycardia, after getting a bad review of her performance; Dr. Brackett takes care of her, while Dixie talks to her husband. The firefighters assist a child sickened by a gas leak at a school and rescue a man involved in a boating accident.
A paramedic from England (who proves to be a hero, and one who had been wounded in the line of duty at that) rides with Roy and John to observe the paramedic program at work, and is present during a fire caused by a molotov cocktail thrown at a policeman, helping a wild-west performer with an injured finger, a traffic accident involving a car loaded with marijuana, and a man trapped in a construction site. During this last rescue, John nearly falls off a scaffold, and the visitor saves his life. A rock singer, who is brought into Rampart, in a diabetic coma complicated by pneumonia, and her manager is more concerned with the money lost than her well being, complicated by a nurse with a bad attitude impacting the patients, leading Dixie to observe a complaint, from the nurse not respecting Dr. Early.
Johnny injures his shoulder during a rescue of a pregnant woman in labor. When her baby is born with a cleft palate, she is determined to give him up for adoption, feeling the deformity is due to her defying her parents by getting married, till Dixie and Dr. Brackett speak with her. Dixie then locates the woman's parents, who also had family. Dr. Morton reads Johnny the riot about his physical condition, which starts the paramedic on a fitness regimen. Dr. Early treats the son of a drug-addicted mother who suffered an electric shock putting a screwdriver into a TV. The paramedics treat a stabbing victim and the man he shot; then the police have to talk the son out of shooting the man who shot his father. John and Roy rescue a hang glider pilot stuck in a tree.
John, Roy, and Chet are returning from a "boring" fishing trip in a rural area when they come across a traffic accident. One man is dead, and a mother and son are injured; they have to find a local doctor to assist them. The firemen help rescue the victims of a rollover accident off a cliff; after the victims are med-evacked to Rampart, Dixie offers the assistant nurse to take on the case of a patient suffering from heart trouble, with Dr. Early, from Squad 45. John is bitten by a rattlesnake, motivating Chet to lend assistance to him, and he is rushed to Rampart atop Engine 51.
Roy passes the Engineer's exam, but since accepting the promotion would mean leaving the paramedics–and John, he talks over his decision with Drs. Brackett and Early. The firefighters handle a fog-caused multi-vehicle accident on the San Diego Freeway, resulting in numerous deaths and injuries, including one man with a heart murmur, whom Dixie and Dr. Early help in treating. The paramedics attempt to assist an attempted suicide (by taking six aspirin tablets) but are sent to a vacant lot instead; when they find the right location, they end up in the middle of a domestic dispute. John and a security guard are injured in a fire and Roy has to rescue both of them.
Johnny is suffering from insomnia due to the lack of night runs, but during their day runs the firefighters respond to an accident aboard a boat where a butane tank had exploded en route to the marina, Dixie, Drs. Brackett and Early, all treat a boy rescued from a car crash, who suffered a skull fracture when his father swerved to avoid a dog in the road, then a home-grown marijuana smoker who is dying from an unknown ailment until his friend reveals that his plants were grown with parathion. Later the firefighters rescue a worker pinned under a semi truck at the loading dock and a man and boy who fell into a gravel pit. At the end, Johnny seems to have his sleep problem under control–which may not be a good thing when he mistakenly responds to a night run where he and Roy are not supposed to be involved.
Roy and John receive a letter from the estate of an elderly woman they had rescued 18 months previously that they received an inheritance from her will. The firefighters rescue a child trapped in a car under downed power lines, then attempt to treat a stockbroker with heart issues despite his insistence that his absence will cost him thousands of dollars. Dr. Early helps two young boys needing a bandage. The paramedics treat a teenager who ate 19 hamburgers in a failed attempt to win a competitive eating contest (the winner ate 20), and a burn victim after an explosive fire at a paint factory.
Johnny and Roy are guests on a local talk show about their job, and Dixie saw Johnny on the television interview, who admits to her he suffers an attack of stage fright and Roy has to "fill in the blanks." The paramedics check on a woman, who screams for therapeutic reasons at a construction site, then rescue a boy who had attempted suicide by jumping off a ledge. After the boy is brought into Rampart, Drs. Brackett and Early suspect that his mother has been abusing him, while Dixie offers the boy milk, and protecting him, at the same time. Back in the field, the paramedics assist a teenager whose hand was stuck in a doughnut machine, and rescue a boy trapped in a fire.
The paramedics find a mechanic in a catatonic state injured in a vehicle fire at a garage, and the Rampart doctors are unable to determine the cause of his condition. While Dixie reaches a college graduate from San Francisco, Roy and John lecture a frequent caller on the dangers of constantly calling them because of her loneliness, then respond to a woman who had mixed ammonia with bleach and inhaled poisonous chloramine vapor. Paula Slayton returns to give John a Yorkie pup, keeping a promise made to him for caring for her dog while she was hospitalized; Boot and the pup engage in a wild chase around the fire station, resulting in Captain Stanley deciding the station can only have one mascot. The firefighters assist an elderly couple trapped in their home–by tumbleweeds. The catatonic patient receives an injection from his friend–and he responds by jumping out a window onto a ledge; he then almost kicks Roy off onto the parking lot until he is tranquilized.
John's current girlfriend misinterprets a discussion for a wedding proposal. The firemen assist a crop-dusting pilot who had been spraying parathion from his plane, which then crashed and punctured his lung, and poisons a bystander with the pesticide. An injured boy using a walker wants to use crutches instead, and Dixie provides him with such crutches. A man gets treated for an ear infection that resulted from his insertion of mothballs into his ear, and Drs. Brackett, Early, and Morton unanimously agree that the man does not need a hospital stay. The paramedics treat a couple who had overdosed on daffodil bulbs mixed with alcohol (in which the atropine in the daffodil bulbs got dissolved), a weekend cowboy (who is a bad horseback rider) who had fallen off a horse but refused treatment until he collapsed again with a possible skull fracture, a traffic accident on U.S. Route 101 results in two victims starting a relationship, and a lead singer of a rock band in cardiac arrest due to drugs.
After Chet takes to playing John's guitar, John gives it to him. The firefighters rescue a man and a girl's horse from a fire caused by moonshine. Dixie gives a man a stern lecture about forgetting his insulin shots. When a woman calls the hospital threatening suicide, Dr. Brackett and Dixie keep her talking, while the firefighters track her down; later, John and Roy find themselves hostages when they are called to aid a heart patient–the manager of a bank being held up by two armed men.
John gets a credit card bill for $842 (which should have been $8.42) after taking a girl on a date, and the station personnel, especially Dixie, hear all about it. The firemen rescue a young couple from a traffic accident, but the boy has a spinal cord injury and the girl may be pregnant; this makes Dr. Early reluctant to take x-rays until her condition is determined. Later the paramedics help a woman who fell into an old well, a magician trapped in a safe, and a man trapped in an junkyard fire that turns explosive when stored ammunition starts going off.
A large brush fire sends out several fire stations, except Squad 51, which is returned to quarters, disappointing Johnny and Roy, who monitor the fire events on the radio and TV. Dixie gets her hand caught in a malfunctioning coffee machine; Johnny and Roy help free it, then save a lawyer who had suffered a heart attack in the courtroom. Roy comforts the wife of a fireman injured in the brush fire, then the paramedics, (finally!) called to assist in the fire, get trapped by the flames while rescuing another firefighter.
Chet, adopting a persona he calls "The Phantom Bomber," nails Johnny with a number of practical jokes, for which Johnny later gets his revenge. A child is stuck in a tree house (with the tree burning underneath) and is rescued by Johnny; the girl's widowed mother takes an interest in him, all the while, Dixie takes care of the mother, who herself also has slight burns. The girl then fields a visit from an elderly man and frequent visitor to Rampart known as "Old Bill." Dixie, Drs. Brackett, and Early think "Old Bill" is a hypochondriac until Roy and Johnny find him unconscious in his home with septic shock. Johnny and Roy help a moaning man after his wife gives him Dieffenbachia sap to shut him up, a gas station attendant with a perforated ulcer, a young boy who swallows ant poison and later dies–his mother thought he was just trying to "get attention"–and three men stuck after a bulldozer accident.
A young intern who is the son of one of Rampart's administrators has a rather cocky attitude toward the paramedics; he refuses to allow an IV to a man injured when his chimney explodes after using gasoline to clean it. When a man is nearly killed after the intern orders defib on a heart patient that was not necessary, Dr. Brackett sends him into the field to ride along with Squad 51, where he assists the paramedics in freeing a girl's hand from a mailbox and helps with a heart-attack victim trapped on an explosive oil refinery tower.
Roy and Johnny save a man who had his partial dental plate stuck in his trachea and stopped his breathing, a problem whose discovery and solution require treatment from Dixie, Drs. Early and Morton. Roy takes care of a young woman's plants while she is hospitalized while Johnny tries to woo a young nurse. A young girl who had a fall injury suffers a dog bite, and when her religious parents prevent Dr. Brackett from treating it, Dixie summons the hospital chaplain. The paramedics rescue two men (one trapped in a vat of wine) from a winery fire to which the station has responded, and a gun collector who has accidentally fired an unexploded grenade round into his own abdomen undergoes emergency backyard field surgery conducted by Drs. Brackett and Morton
Dr. Brackett has to tend to one of his own colleagues as Dr. Early is diagnosed with a heart condition and undergoes a bypass, after fixing Station 51's truck. Dixie becomes more concerned about Dr. Early's operation after Roy and John exchange words with her. A professional football player is hit hard by his son and suffers a broken ankle, much to his embarrassment. The firefighters rescue a boy trapped in his homemade rocket, a woman whose toe is stuck in a bathtub faucet, and a worker electrocuted when the basket in which he is working slips onto live wires. Dr. Early's operation is a success, therefore, John and Roy gave their colleague a thermos of Roy's favorite, clam chowder soup.
Roy tries to convince John about starting a side floor cleaning business and Dixie offers to help. The firefighters rescue "The Hermit" from a collapse in his cave home, and he subsequently befriends Dr. Brackett and Dixie. Dr. Morton treats a diabetic singer who took a mixture of alcohol and pills and became ill. John is injured during a rescue of a trapped man that turned out to be a dummy put there by two juveniles; later, he rescues a chemist trapped in an explosion and fire at a chemical warehouse.
While the DeSoto house is being fumigated, Johnny offers to host his partner–a decision both soon regret. Johnny also calls Dixie at the hospital for a calibrator, which looks good. The paramedics rescue a woman trapped inside a burning car; but later, the ambulance transporting the woman and Roy is involved in a traffic accident caused by a drunk driver, and Johnny doubles back to assist. Dixie, Drs. Early and Morton treat Roy and Johnny with their separate bodily abrasions. A poker player suffering a heart attack refuses to be transported until Gage plays out his hand (he proves to have been bluffing), and the firefighters rescue several men injured in an explosion at an abandoned refinery.
The firefighters enter a contest to invent new firefighting tools. The paramedics handle victims of possible radiation poisoning. A comatose man is suffering from a mysterious ailment. John gives Dr. Early some booze to pass to Dixie. A woman's overweight son is wedged in her living room ceiling. The firemen respond to a leak at a chemical plant.
Randolph Mantooth(Fireman John Gage)
Kevin Tighe(Fireman Roy DeSoto)
Robert Fuller(Kelly Brackett, M.D., F.A.C.S.)
Julie London(Dixie McCall, R.N.)
Bobby Troup(Joe Early, M.D., F.A.C.S.)
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