In the first edition, crews are called to multiple heroin overdoses and demonstrate how to help the patients. Plus, a look at the working lives of those who handle 999 calls made by thousands of people.
This programme shows how paramedics respond to road traffic accidents when a cyclist is knocked down and a teenager is hit by a car
When an unwilling teen volunteers to play in her sister's rugby match, a tackle results in injury and a heated exchange when medics arrive
The programme reveals the reality of drug abuse when paramedics Peter and Imelda are again faced with back-to-back heroin overdoses
When a woman suffers an epileptic seizure in her local pharmacy, paramedics deal with the situation and transport the patient to hospital
This episode examines the part that excessive alcohol consumption plays in the number of calls received by the emergency services
An Air Ambulance responds to a call for a woman who has fallen in a remote location.
Paramedics tend to a boy's broken arm after he falls from his trampoline
A tourist in Limerick collapses and suffers a serious head wound, but the paramedic team reveals how to cope with a medical emergency
Waterford paramedic Joe Winters and his nephew, advanced paramedic Derek Burke, respond to a call concerning a possible drowning victim