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Station 12, Firefighter DeWhitt behind the wheel arrives on scene of a medical call, every medical is dangerous in San Francisco with its diverse community from around the world, many come here to hide. In this case, their patient seems to have some head wounds? Thy help package up the patient with the Paramedics and EMS personnel. Afternoon, the Captain and his crew do some Commercial Building Inspections in the neighborhood. In San Francisco, many mom and pop businesses are where they have been for years. Then, they still have "Box Alarms" on the telephone poles and kids still pull the box.

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