A crossing guard is run down, allegedly by Squad 51 en route to an emergency labor, and is investigated by the police. A couple en route to a wedding hits a fire hydrant. A camper on fire arrives at Station 51 with a boy trapped inside, and is taken to Rampart with smoke inhalation and burns, with the help of Dixie, Drs. Early and Morton. The firemen rescue the driver of a semi truck hauling insecticide that overturned and caught fire on the freeway, sending toxic fumes into the air. Written by
Gary Richard Collins II (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Did You Know?
The booklets full of stamps that Chet is working with are Blue Chip Stamps, a staple in many households until the late 1980s. They, along with S&H Green Stamps and several other regional outlets, were issued at grocery stores, gas stations, and pharmacies, as part a customer loyalty program. To redeem the stamps, customers would take them and apply them inside booklets, then take the filled booklets to redemption centers for merchandise, such as barbecue grills, small kitchen appliances, patio furniture, and the like. As the stamps were issued either individually, in strips, or in page-sized sheets, applying them to the booklets tended to be a time-consuming process. The stamp program was replaced with more efficient loyalty club cards by the mid-1990s. See more
The station wagon that is towing the trailer disappears and leaves room for the ambulance to park to pick up the burned boy. See more