In the Season 2 finale, a sick patient in dire need of medical treatment refuses help. That is, until a paramedic persuades him to accept care for the sake of his young children. Elsewhere, EMTs respond to reports of a jumper on top of a hospital parking facility.
A patient gains a new perspective on life after being shot in the thigh, telling paramedics and EMTs that he'll turn his life around for the sake of his 9-month-old child if he survives. Also: Students report feeling dizzy after carbon monoxide alarms go off at their school.
A raging house fire that's being fueled by high winds threatens to impact an entire city block; and two EMTs arrive at the scene of a car accident to treat an injured woman who is eight-months pregnant. Also: The victim of a vicious attack that was recorded and posted on Facebook is encouraged to report the incident to the police.
EMS respond to two gunshot victims in a tough neighborhood; a paramedic comforts a young mother whose son is suffering a febrile seizure; and a deputy superintendent responds to a suspicious package left near a daycare.
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.
Season 2 begins with the seasoned team of first responders from Boston Emergency Medical Services called to a crowded public park where a man has been stabbed. Because of his baggy clothes, fears are aroused that he could be wired with explosives. Across town, another EMS crew wait anxiously for a potential jumper to come down from the roof of a building.