999: What's Your Emergency?
Two new paramedics are in at the deep end, treating a man with life-threatening injuries and a victim of three epileptic fits
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
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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.
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.
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