999: On the Front Line Season 4
S04 E01Feb 2, 2020
Episode 1 Feb 2, 2020 In Birmingham, paramedics treat a man having a heart attack. In Coventry, a woman mysteriously collapses. And in Worcester, a baby is struggling to breathe.
S04 E02Feb 9, 2020
Episode 2 Feb 9, 2020 West Midlands paramedics treat a man who has taken a heroin overdose, a 73-year-old man with slurred speech, and a toddler with breathing difficulties.
S04 E03Feb 16, 2020
Episode 3 Feb 16, 2020 Paramedics treat a man who's been found unconscious outside Birmingham Crown Court, a patient with severe headaches and a biker with a shattered leg. paramedics Mark McDonagh and Adi Ahmed help a 36-year-old with back pains and numbness in his leg.
S04 E04Feb 23, 2020
Episode 4 Feb 23, 2020 Paramedics treat a woman in a hotel who's about to give birth, a two-year-old boy who's struggling to breathe and an elderly man who's had a blow to the head and is bleeding heavily.
S04 E05Mar 1, 2020
Episode 5 Mar 1, 2020 Paramedics treat a woman with brittle bone disease who is in agony after a fall, a young man on the verge of a diabetic coma and a man who they have to detain under the Mental Capacity Act.
S04 E06Mar 8, 2020
Episode 6 Mar 8, 2020 Paramedics treat a 60-year-old patient with severe chest pains, a suspected drunk driver who's crashed his car, and an elderly man who's collapsed at home.
S04 E07Mar 15, 2020
Episode 7 Mar 15, 2020 Paramedics treat a woman with a suspected ectopic pregnancy, a man who has collapsed in his bedroom and a four-year-old boy with a rash and breathing problems.
S04 E08Mar 22, 2020
Episode 8 Mar 22, 2020 Paramedics treat a teenager with suspected meningitis, a man with diabetes and dangerously high blood sugar levels and a man with a suspected swollen artery.
S04 E09Mar 29, 2020
Episode 9 Mar 29, 2020 Paramedics treat a man with a crippling cluster headache, a woman suffering from the effects of alcohol withdrawal and a woman who has collapsed in a sauna.
S04 E10Apr 5, 2020
Episode 10 Apr 5, 2020 Paramedics treat a man who is fighting a life-threatening infection, and are called to a cardiac arrest in the street and a serious road traffic collision.