999: On the Frontline

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      Series 2 Episode 10

      A drunk driver crashes her car, an elderly war veteran falls at home, and a four-year-old is drifting in and out of consciousness with dangerously low sugar levels

      Scenes from medical emergenciesThis episode is subtitled47 mins
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      Series 2 Episode 9

      A crew need to revive a man slipping close to a diabetic coma. An elderly woman is in severe pain after falling on the ice. There's also an abusive regular caller, and a fitting baby.

      Scenes from medical emergenciesThis episode is subtitled47 mins
    • Series 2 Episode 8

      Paramedics rush to a 10-year-old boy suffering a major epileptic fit. An elderly woman struggles to breathe. And paramedics are called to a man with extreme anxiety.

    • Series 2 Episode 7

      A suspected drink driver crashes into a lamp post, crews rush to a man with a dangerously high heart rate, and a two year old has a severe allergic reaction

    • Series 2 Episode 6

      Paramedics rush to treat a diabetic woman involved in a car crash, while an 82-year-old with breathing difficulties is close to death and a man suffers chest pains at work

    • Series 2 Episode 5

      The West Midlands is hit by the worst snowstorm in years. Crews battle the elements to treat a woman semi-conscious in police custody and to attend a suspected miscarriage.

    • Series 2 Episode 4

      Paramedics rush to aid a grandmother with osteoporosis who fell down the stairs carrying her grandson. And an elderly man is found unconscious face down in his hallway.

    • Series 2 Episode 3

      A woman has collapsed in the snow. A 61-year-old man has fallen on ice. And a pregnant woman's waters have broken early.

    • Series 2 Episode 2

      Paramedics tend to a patient with a severe allergic reaction while at the same time a man has fallen unconscious after a severe diabetic attack

    • Series 2 Episode 1

      Two new paramedics are in at the deep end, treating a man with life-threatening injuries and a victim of three epileptic fits

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