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Emergency Call Season 1 Episodes

Season 1 Episode Guide

Season 1

5 Episodes 2020 -

Episode 1

Take a Deep Breath

Mon, Sep 28, 2020 30 mins

911 call takers from Austin, Texas; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Wasilla, Arkansas, receive calls. The pleas are relived of a woman whose car was stolen with her child in the backseat; a terrified 9-year-old who performs CPR on her grandfather; teenage hikers fending off a potential bear attack; and a man lost in the woods for hours with barely any battery life left on his phone.

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Episode 2

Conductors of Chaos

Mon, Oct 5, 2020 30 mins

Featuring a mother of three choking on a spatula; a teenager who was attacked at a bonfire party in the wilderness; a frantic father whose 2-year-old daughter goes missing; and two women stranded on the highway after their car was involved in back-to-back hit-and-runs.

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Episode 3

Close to Home

Mon, Oct 12, 2020 60 mins

911 call takers are faced with a variety of local emergencies that sometimes hit too close to home. Witness 911 call takers in New Orleans, Louisiana; Wasilla, Alaska; Waukesha, Wisconsin; and Austin, Texas, as they help a badly injured teenage girl whose description matches that of a fellow dispatcher's daughter, a woman hiding from her drunk and enraged husband, a veteran who is threatening self-harm and a man who fell two-stories down onto a boat dock

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Episode 4

Crime Spree

Mon, Oct 19, 2020 60 mins

Emergency communications centers in Texas, Utah and Alaska face bone-chilling 911 calls including a frightened mother faced with an intruder attempting to break into her home, a community bewildered by an injured man licking a stop sign, and passersby threatened by an erratic driver with a handgun.

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Episode 5

Headset Heroes

Mon, Oct 26, 2020 60 mins

Emergency call takers receive calls from citizens in distress, in pain or perhaps just lonely. Emergency communications centers in Ogden, Utah; Wasilla, Alaska; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Austin, Texas, receive frightening calls from an elderly woman whose 83-year-old husband was assaulted, an 8-year-old who calls for help after her father collapses, and a frequent caller who is being taunted by women in bikinis.

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