Emergency! (1972–1979)
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Floor Brigade 

John and Roy think about going into the floor cleaning business on the side. A hermit is trapped in his cave home. Dr. Morton treats a famous singer. John is injured on a high rescue, and the station battles a chemical warehouse fire.

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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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Hermit
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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
Christopher Man ...
Jerry
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Storyline

Roy tries to convince John about starting a side floor cleaning business and Dixie offers to help. The firemen rescue "The Hermit" from a collapse in his cave home, who befriends Dr. Brackett and Dixie. Dr. Morton treats a diabetic singer who took a mixture of alcohol and pills and becomes 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. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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9 February 1974 (USA)  »

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When Dixie and another nurse are assisting with the examination of the Hermit, both nurses' shoes are clearly visible. Dixie is wearing pumps with a one and a half inch wedged heel, while the other nurse is wearing the standard white Shoes for Crews type that nurses usually wear. Nurses have to be on their feet for most of their day. Pumps would be very uncomfortable. See more »

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