Patient Vows to Turn His Life Around for His Child If He Survives on "Boston EMS" Two-Part Season Finale

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26 August 2016
Boston EMS
Photo: Lorenzo Bevilaqua, ABC
"Boston EMS"
Season Finale Saturday, August 27 from 9 to 11 PM ET/PT on ABC

          Currently in its second season, “Boston EMS” gives viewers the chance ride along with the proud men and women of Boston Emergency Medical Services, one of America’s most seasoned team of first responders – the first step in the chain of trauma care. The two-part season finale of “Boston EMS” airs Saturday, August, 27 (9:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), on the ABC Television Network.
         On the two-part season finale, a patient gains a new perspective on life after being shot in the thigh, telling paramedics and EMT’s that he’ll turn his life around to care for his nine-month-old child if he survives.
         Across town, paramedic Randy Souza shows tough love to a sick patient refusing life-saving medical treatment, persuading him to accept care for the sake of his young children.

         Paying close attention to anything that has the potential to be a mass causality incident, Deputy Supt. Ed Hassan races to a school where carbon monoxide alarms are ringing and students report feeling dizzy.

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