999: What's Your Emergency? Season 2 Episodes

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Season 2 Episode Guide

Episode 1 - Please Don't Tell My Parents

The first film in the series explores the struggles of becoming an adult in modern Britain.

  

Episode 2 - Might Drink But I Don't Want To Die

The UK, 1.6 million people are dependent on alcohol, and alcohol misuse directly costs the NHS 3.5bn a year, with admissions to hospital due to drinking doubling in 10 years. Sometimes ambulances are called simply because the patient is too drunk to remember where they live or want a taxi ride home

  

Episode 3 - As Far As They're Concerned, I'm Not Crazy Enough

Paramedic Maria Stanley is called to a multi-storey car park where she is first on the scene and has to talk a suicidal man away from the edge, while Kirsten Harper and Amy Siddall race to help a man who's having suicidal thoughts and whose daughter can't cop

  

Episode 4 - It's Life, You Just Have To Cope With It

In Nottingham, Selina Conway is dispatched to a 76-year-old man who's been found collapsed in his front garden by a stranger. CPR is the only solution.

  

Episode 5 - Nan Down

In the wake of significant cuts to the social care budget, if people are to live independently for as long as possible, the ambulance service have to step in.The personal stories in this film offer an insightful, touching and sometimes humorous take on life for older people today.

  

Episode 6 - Babe OpenYour Legs

Most expectant mothers make it to hospital, but for those who can't the ambulance service is there to help. The programme features call handlers talking worried partners through what to do while ambulance crews race to help deliver the baby.

  


Seasons

Season 2 , Season 3



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