Chicago Fire (2012– )
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Deathtrap 

Firehouse 51 responds to the scene of a blaze that puts many lives in danger, including someone related to a Chicago police officer.

Director:

Joe Chappelle

Writers:

Michael Brandt (created by), Derek Haas (created by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jesse Spencer ... Matthew Casey
Taylor Kinney ... Kelly Severide
Monica Raymund ... Gabriela Dawson
Kara Killmer ... Sylvie Brett
David Eigenberg ... Christopher Herrmann
Yuri Sardarov ... Brian Zvonecek
Joe Minoso ... Joe Cruz
Christian Stolte ... Randall McHolland
Miranda Rae Mayo ... Stella Kidd
Eamonn Walker ... Wallace Boden
Jason Beghe ... Hank Voight
Sophia Bush ... Erin Lindsay
Marina Squerciati ... Kim Burgess
Elias Koteas ... Alvin Olinsky
Nick Gehlfuss ... Will Halstead
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Storyline

Truck and squad are called to aid in a massive all-city response when an old, ill-equipped factory-turned live/work space quickly turns into a firestorm, trapping countless unsuspecting victims. The dire situation quickly turns personal when it is discovered that one of Chicago PD's own has a family member at the scene. With the rescued victims in need of serious medical attention, the doctors and nurses of Chicago Med are tested as the major influx of patients are brought through their doors. Meanwhile, in the aftermath, the building owner steps forward to cooperate with the ongoing investigation, but the situation takes a sudden and unexpected turn. Written by NBC

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Action | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 March 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

When the balcony collapses on Mouch, you can hear his Personal Alert Safety System (aka P.A.S.S. device) activating. But the sound you hear, the up and down whistle, is actually a warning alarm to let the firefighter know he/she has not moved in 60 seconds. If the firefighter does not move, the actual "firefighter down" alarm is 3 times as loud and is a 4 tone tweet. See more »

Goofs

A massive search and rescue effort is made in the burning warehouse. Despite a huge response, not one drop of water is seen being used to put the fire out in any scene. See more »

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References Chicago Med (2015) See more »

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Intense!
12 March 2017 | by farrowoodSee all my reviews

One of the best episodes yet! I loved the opening sequence when everyone was suiting up, it felt like I was right there in the garage with the crew. I was on the edge of my seat from beginning to end! The blending of Med and PD felt natural and seamless, I am looking forward to seeing how this all wraps up.


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