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Roy and John are on a return flight to Los Angeles when John meets and falls for a stewardess/flight attendant; during the flight, one of the passengers suffers from a heart attack, and the paramedics retrieve their equipment from the cargo bay (while speaking with Rampart from 30,000 feet) to help the victim. After landing, John tries to get a date with the stewardess. The firefighters assist a victim of a motorcycle accident and of a chemical fire, while at Rampart, Dixie and Dr. Early treat a young man with broken ribs, who later proves also to have epilepsy.
During a drill using sulfur trioxide, a firefighter is injured and Roy is exposed to the toxic fumes. Dixie shows an ad to John and Roy about someone wanting to buy an old fire engine just like theirs; later, they help a man who injures his back doing stunts on his motorcycle. Dixie and Dr. Morton treat a boy with a sore throat while his mother begs for an antibiotic–but it turns out that the boy has something even more serious than either thought. The firemen help a man who has a heart attack at the station, and the Coast Guard (CG 1442) med-evacks the paramedics to rescue a man who fell off a cliff on Catalina Island.
Roy and John become candidates to represent Station 51 on the welfare committee. The firefighters first save a man who got his arm stuck in a drainpipe, then his brother, who swallows a beverage-can pull tab and aspirates. A woman seems more concerned with making a plane flight than her son, admitted with Reye's Syndrome, where Dixie and Dr. Morton encourage Dr. Brackett to ask the parents to making that decision for their son. A sculptress calls the Squad to get her model out of a plaster cast which could otherwise suffocate the model, then the firefighters save a construction worker trapped on a crane.
Johnny works overtime at Squad 8 and is reunited with his old training partner Stone, who is now Captain of Station 8. A construction worker dies from a heart attack due to the Squad being unavailable for 10 minutes. Back at Station 51, the firefighters check a water flow alarm and an explosion occurs, injuring Chet. At Rampart, Dixie calls and asks the X-Ray lab regarding Dr. Early admitting Chet, who needs evaluation. A tree surgeon is hit by a tree and suffers a collapsed lung. The Squad then assists a boy who fell from a tree due to being exposed to Rocky Mountain spotted fever, from a tick, and a fire at a fireworks warehouse injures Roy.
Capt. Stanley makes the station aware of an impending inspection by the Battalion Chief and the County Supervisor. A heart transplant patient is having pains and his wife thinks her husband no longer loves her. A parachutist gets stuck on a electric tower during a stunt being filmed by a radio disc jockey, Dr. Brackett and Dixie treat a veterinarian who had been bitten by a boxer, while Roy and John, in the field, help a traffic accident victim who goes into shock due to internal bleeding caused by a broken hip and pelvis, before Dixie, Drs. Brackett and Early help the victim in the hospital.
When Roy and John have a new, hard-nosed, female paramedic trainee, she rides with them to help a man whose wife is holed up in a house scheduled for demolition due to freeway construction, a man who tries to commit suicide by gas, then changes his mind and suffers a head injury, and another man suffering a heart attack that they try (and fail) to revive. The trainee expresses her inability to function to Dixie, but she redeems herself after Roy is electrocuted trying to save an invalid at a structure fire and she is the only one to assist with reviving him.
The paramedics are med-evacked to Catalina Island via Coast Guard helicopter to assist in a diving accident, where the patient is treated in a hyperbaric chamber, and coordinate with Dr. Early at Rampart, when the diver suffers a heart attack. After Chet gives Johnny a hard time about his cooking skills, the Squad investigates a kitchen fire at a famous chef's home. A youth suffers a serious gunshot wound that may leave him paralyzed and end his days as a dancer, and he grows very hostile with Drs. Brackett and Early. The firefighters assist with victims of a structure fire that resulted in a dust explosion.
It really is "one of those days" when Roy and John walk into a family brawl when the mother-in-law feigns a sick stomach to stay at her son's home, then assist a drunk in a hotel with a broken elevator. A young boy suffers a seizure in the ER; as Dixie and Dr. Early suspects meningitis, Dr. Brackett asks the mother about the boy's medical history, but she proves to be more interested in petition drives than in her own son. The firefighters reach a two-car accident but find that the victims have disappeared. When Roy and John treat a man who had fallen in the bathtub, they find something more serious; later, they rescue a child trapped in a burning building.
A crossing guard is run down, allegedly by Squad 51 en route to an emergency labor, and is investigated by the police. A couple en route to a wedding hits a fire hydrant. A camper on fire arrives at Station 51 with a boy trapped inside, and is taken to Rampart with smoke inhalation and burns, with the help of Dixie, Drs. Early, and Morton. The firefighters rescue the driver of a semi truck hauling insecticide that overturned and caught fire on the freeway, sending toxic fumes into the air.
The paramedics are swamped with paperwork, and have to deal with emergencies such as a girl trapped in an overturned car, a beautician who OD'd on diet pills, to all of whom Dixie, Drs. Early and Morton tend, an elderly man who has taken ill, and workers stuck on a ship while on fire.
When the station tries to watch a news report on the firefighters, John and Chet blow up the television receiver after attempting a repair which Dixie inadvertently suggests to John and Roy. The firefighters rescue a man from a burning manhole; Dr. Brackett receives an aquarium he had not ordered, and later, he has a toxic reaction to a catfish bite. Dr. Morton treats a man with a bleeding peptic ulcer. The paramedics later help a man who had glued his own eyes closed and rescue a man trapped in his home from a mudslide caused by a gas explosion.
A camera crew follows Squad 51 around as a teenager is bitten by a baby Mojave rattlesnake (which the reporter gave the bag to Dixie, who was shocked), a would-be stuntman dangles from an I-beam, a brush fire turns out to be a barbecue fire (while the picnickers are playing chess in a van), a boy who fell off a cliff, and a man trapped under a truck while tar burns all around him.
A young worker gets his arm caught in a record machine; Dr. Brackett and Dixie go on-site to aid the boy. A communication mix-up between Squad 51 and Rampart reveals issues with transmissions between two squads and a discrepancy in how a patient was treated. Dixie and Dr. Morton treat a young violinist, who had injured his arm and has a fear of needles. Two underage boys get a car trapped on the roof of a house. In the field, a woman attempts suicide by OD'g on sleeping pills but refuses aid until she passes out; in the hospital, as Dixie relays to Roy and Johnny, after hearing it from Dr. Early, she dies. Chet literally sets a pair of skis on fire. A man is trapped underneath a car, which then explodes in their garage with Roy and Johnny inside.
When Roy thinks about buying a house, he delays too long, thus it is one of Ms. McCall's nursing staff who buys his house. Responding to a structure fire, the firefighters find two children trapped on the second floor, one of whom is in a diabetic coma; Roy is injured during the rescue. Two female student drivers are involved in a minor collision, but one is more concerned with Roy cutting her cashmere sweater than her health. Another traffic accident results in two injuries and a missing dog, whom Roy found for the boy, in the hospital, prior to Dixie and Dr. Early wrapping a cast on the boy's arm. A teenage epileptic is stranded on a concrete beam under a bridge.
Dr. Brackett rides along with Copter 10, where he assists, along with the paramedics, in the rescue of a boy and his father from their overturned camper. Dixie encourages Roy to take the boy in as a foster parent, since the boy's mother is out of state, and the boy causes trouble both at home and at the station. When another young boy is brought into the ER and is diagnosed with spinal meningitis, Dr. Early talks to the mother, in case surgery is needed. The firefighter rescue a man from a structure fire, but not before he sustains severe burns on both legs.
A teen-aged Olympic hopeful is injured when she falls off a balance beam. The firefighters rescue a woman trapped on a wire at a movie studio, victims of a traffic accident, and people trapped in a fire at a rail yard which involves ammonium nitrate.
Dixie's predecessor, old friend and a former Rampart head nurse, tries to commit suicide by OD'g on antidepressants and catches her house on fire. In the hospital, she befriends a paraplegic child, who almost drowned in a swimming pool. The paramedics help a woman who fainted after wrapping her body in plastic to treat her cellulite, a family suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning from a new furnace installation, and a man pinned under a truck loaded with leaking liquid hydrogen.
Roy and John receive commendations for bravery, also receive congratulations from Dixie and Dr. Early, as well as her nursing staff, but neither Roy nor John remembers the rescue that resulted in the commendations. Dr. Early makes a comment to John about his undetailed letter. Then, the paramedics assist a 94-year-old man, with a broken ankle from dancing, and join Copter 10 in rescuing an injured mountain man stranded on a cliff. Dixie, Drs. Brackett and Early treat a man who passed out in a dentist's chair.
Johnny and Roy rescue a couple from under a car; these then proceed to hang around Station 51. An elderly man performs CPR on his friend, before being done by Dixie and Dr. Early, but he causes more harm than good. The paramedics assist a boy struck in the eye by a BB gun, then rescue victims of a boat fire after they return from a false alarm with Copter 10.
Roy and John rescue a man stuck in a fish tank at an aquarium. Dr. Morton conducts an experiment on firefighter nutrition, but it turns into an obsession with Chet. A teenager celebrates his birthday by eating two loaves of raw dough and suffers a painful stomach ache. John reveals to Dixie a picture of a baby, weighing 8 ounces. The station responds to a woman having chest pains when her pregnant daughter suddenly goes into labor. The station responds to a traffic accident, during which Capt. Stanley is severely injured when he gets an electric shock from a fallen power line, forcing his apparent immediate deputy to take over for Stanley and direct Stanley's rescue.
The station responds to a fire that proves to be in a trash dumpster. John gets everyone but Roy excited about buying into a nearby hot dog stand, which burns down just as Roy shows interest. A man suffers a heart wound from a nail shot from a power lawn mower; before he undergoes surgery, Dr. Brackett tells the man to save all his reactions for the judge. John and Roy rush a baby who stops breathing to Rampart in the Squad, and Dixie and Dr. Early rush to save her. The firefighters save people trapped in a chemical fire that turns explosive.
Johnny is the victim of a hit and run driver; while in the hospital, he flirts with his physical therapist, whom Dixie hires, when Johnny really has a nurse, who is "out to get him." The station gets a replacement who is difficult to work with. Dr. Early explains to Roy that his partner is a good paramedic at Station 51, who also needs to be a good patient at Rampart.