Members of the Chicago Firehouse 51 are shaken after the loss of firefighter Andy Darden. Truck leader Matthew Casey and Rescue Squad leader Kelly Severide blame each other for Darden's death. However, they have to overcome the frictions when another colleague, Christopher Herrmann, is gravely injured. Meanwhile, Paramedic Gabriela Dawson performs a risky procedure in the field, in order to save a little girl's life; Casey goes through a rough patch with his fiancée Hallie; and the new candidate, Peter Mills, reports for duty.
Did You Know?
At the gunshot scene, Dawson puts gloves on then puts her hair up in a ponytail. A paramedic/emt would never touch any part of their body or clothes after putting on gloves because it contaminates them and could contaminate the patient as well. See more
I was talking to Lieutenant Casey about the Rescue Squad, and he said 'Don't be a crow'. Do you know what he meant?
Chief Wallace Boden
Oh he did, did he? Crow wanted to be a peacock, so he put on all these colored feathers, went over to the peacocks, but the peacocks plucked them all away. Crow tried to get back in with the other crows... they wanted nothing to do with him.
My mom used to tell me to keep my mouth shut and just watch. I'm glad I have you to watch.
Written and performed by Bruce Springsteen See more