No job is more stressful, dangerous or exhilarating than those of the Firefighters, Rescue Squad and Paramedics of Chicago Firehouse 51. These are the courageous men and women who forge headfirst into danger when everyone else is running the other way. But the enormous responsibilities of the job also take a personal toll.
Last Episode03x20 You Know Where to Find Me Aired: Apr. 21, 2015
Truck and squad are called to the scene of a car crash that has Mills (Charlie Barnett) desperately working to save the life of a driver seriously …
Chicago Fire: Season 3, Episode #20 - You Know Where to Find Me
Mills receives an opportunity that may jeopardize his long-awaited return to squad.
Chicago Fire: Season 3, Episode #19 - I Am the Apocalypse
A dangerous rescue sends the squad to Chicago Med, where an explosive event leaves the whole city at risk.…
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Series Fun Facts
- The Fire Engine is Truck Number "51". That is the same number as the Fire Station (Truck and Rescue Squad) on the 1972 - 77 NBC TV Series "Emergency".
- Taylor Kinney and David Eigenberg also starred in Five (2011) (TV).
- The Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBAs) worn by the cast are Scott 4.5 Air-Pak 75s. This is one of the most popular brands and models of SCBA with fire departments across America for…
[show]The Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBAs) worn by the cast are Scott 4.5 Air-Pak 75s. This is one of the most popular brands and models of SCBA with fire departments across America for its durability, reliability, and ease of use. However, the masks worn by the cast members are unrealistic. They are nonfunctional and were made specifically for the series with the anti-fog interior facepiece and exterior voice amplifier removed, the lens elongated, and the regulator mounted at an odd angle to clearly show the actors' faces. These masks would fog badly if they were actually flowing air. Real SCBA masks are put on separately from the regulator, which is connected after the mask is on, and disconnected before the mask is removed. The air demand and exhalation valves make a loud noise when operating, and muffle the voice of the wearer.