Emergency!: Season 7, Episode 1

The Steel Inferno (7 Jan. 1978)

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An office building erupts into a high rise fire.

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Evelyn Davis (as Linda Gray)
Brendon Boone ...
Mr. Davis (as Brendan Boone)
John Furey ...
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Sue Adams
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Doctor Neil Colby, M.D. / F.A.C.S.
William Bryant ...
Captain, Engine *16, LACoFD
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Captain Mike Moore, Engine *110, LACoFD
Eric Washington ...
Paramedic Dave Roberts, Squad *110, LACoFD (as Erik Washington)
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William Boyett ...
Chief McConn
William Bronder ...
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A careless worker sparks an explosive fire in a high-rise building. Station 110 leads a full alarm response, assisted by Squad 51. A triage team from Rampart Hospital, led by Dr. Brackett, sets up in a nearby garage. Several workmen and two women - including the fiancée of a paramedic - remain trapped on the 16th floor. A Coast Guard helicopter assists in rooftop evacuation; Dixie and Dr. Early take charge of the many patients at Rampart. A paramedic is injured attempting a rescue, while Gage and DeSoto extricate themselves from a broken elevator. An explosion on the 21st floor injures a fire captain, necessitating a dangerous rescue down an elevator shaft. Written by Anonymous

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The sounds of the sirens on some of the fire trucks do not match the sounds of the models of sirens actually mounted upon the fire trucks. See more »

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