It's well past midnight, I still can't sleep for thinking about all of this, and fighting with my guilt, wondering if there had been anything I could have done to prevent the incident from happening. gentleman at the wrong address. The focus is on two young firefighter-paramedics John Roderick "Johnny" Gage (Randolph Mantooth), a young, immature man who is always unlucky in love, and Roy DeSoto (Kevin Tighe), a more mature family man. The script says it is a 1932 Dennis fire engine, but the vehicle is a Dennis Ace model, that was manufactured from 1934–39 and sold to the British market including Australia, New Zealand, and India. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. View production, box office, & company info. Do Roy and Johnny wear briefs or boxers? The vehicles based at Station 60 were accordingly renumbered. his foot run over by the wheelbarrow. Sparks flew out, and I could hear the cracking sound that live power lines make when they hit something. Cate Blanchett shares her list of films to inspire hope in support of the UN Refugee Agency to assist those without a place to call home amidst our global health crisis. Oh, Morton said what we wanted to hear, that he would talk to Chet and tell him to ease off the extreme diet stuff. I watched the events unfold: the power line falling and hitting the car, the sparks flying and starting the brushfire, and Cap's falling onto the ground and writhing back and forth. The Ward LaFrance Engine 51 was thus not a disguised unit and did not require the use of LACoFD resources for filming. Nearly 30 years after Emergency! The radio had eight duplex UHF channels and a total of 12 watts of transmitting power. We were working with a female paramedic trainee named Karen, and she had to defibrillate me to get my heart started again. The name Rampart actually comes from the show Adam-12 and is the real name of a division of the LAPD.

Page served as a technical advisor, and the two main actors underwent some paramedic training. I've seen whales before, but never so big, at least not up close. There were always real paramedics serving as technical advisors on set every day for further technical advice. Although a few key items were fictionalized, such as the identification of Station 51 and its equipment, many of the locations and apparatus reflected the operating reality of locations used in some filming. It debuted on NBC as a midseason replacement on January 15, 1972, replacing the two short-lived series The Partners and The Good Life, and ran until May 28, 1977, with six additional two-hour television films during the next two years.
In an episode near the end of the series, one character, an aged jazz musician, hearing the name Rampart General, says, "My grandaddy used to play on Rampart Street in New Orleans!" In 2012, the museum finished a complete restoration of the Ward to its original appearance in the show.[16][21][22]. Balance Beam"-drunk in car, "Trainee"-little old lady that had her purse Twice. A. Luckily, he was only off a few feet from the road, and Johnny took care of the patient, with the help of the witness who had called the accident in. Equipment Yuck!