Emergency! (1972–1979)
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John's current girlfriend misinterprets a discussion for a wedding proposal. The firemen assist a pilot of a crop-duster spraying parathion that crashed and punctured his lung, and poisons ... See full summary »

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Dr. Kelly Brackett
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Dixie McCall, R.N.
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Dr. Joe Early
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Paramedic John Gage
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Paramedic Roy DeSoto
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Donald Lompok (as Ronald Feinberg)
Ronne Troup ...
Pam
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Bill Stagg
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Doug Barton
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Betty Hall
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Fireman Chet Kelly
Michael Norell ...
Captain Hank Stanley
Marco López ...
Fireman Marco Lopez
Mike Stoker ...
Fireman Mike Stoker
Ron Pinkard ...
Dr. Mike Morton
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John's current girlfriend misinterprets a discussion for a wedding proposal. The firemen assist a pilot of a crop-duster spraying parathion that crashed and punctured his lung, and poisons a bystander with the pesticide. An injured boy using a walker wants to use crutches instead, Dixie provides him with crutches. A man gets treated for an ear infection caused by mothballs, and Drs. Brackett, Early, and Morton unanimously agree the man doesn't need a hospital stay. The paramedics treat a couple who OD'd on daffodil bulbs mixed with alcohol, a weekend cowboy who fell off a horse who 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. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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8 December 1973 (USA)  »

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As the squad leaves the station at about 20:02, the engine 51 visible in the garage is the open-cab truck from earlier years, not the enclosed cab truck seen elsewhere in this episode. See more »

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