John and Roy are breaking in a new trainee who lacks self-confidence in tight situations, including assisting an elderly man who was injured by a falling bookcase, an ambulance broadsided ... See full summary »

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Kip Niven ...
Billy Hanks
Michael-James Wixted ...
Brad Lewis
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Dr. Temple
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Mrs. Perigrew
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Betty Lewis (as Sandy deBruin)
Michael Norell ...
Tim Donnelly ...
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Marco López ...
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Ron Pinkard ...
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John and Roy are breaking in a new trainee who lacks self-confidence in tight situations, including assisting an elderly man who was injured by a falling bookcase, an ambulance broadsided by a car, a boy injured in a chemistry lab accident at his home, a sleeping man with a "snake" on his chest, and a man injured and trapped in a junkyard. A man says to Dixie that the boy's mother was separating, she asks them to find his mother. Dixie talks to the mother, whose own son is suffering from brain hemorrhage. Doctors treat a baseball player beaned in a game while not wearing a batting helmet. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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The rescue at the auto junkyard features two derelict antique fire trucks. One of these trucks is a 1941 Peterbilt, identified by the headlamps on the fenders, the narrow perpendicular grille with horizontal pattern, and hood vents that run the length of the hood. See more »

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When Station 51 arrives at the scene of the overturned ambulance, the letter "U" on the license plate is at an unusual angle and in the bottom-right corner of the plate, belying stickers being used as the license plate number. Later, the "U" is in a more normal position. See more »

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