History Series / Rescue911

11th Dec '17 7:53:20 AM DynamiteXI
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When originally aired on CBS, episodes were typically an hour long, although segments could (and would) be trimmed to create half-hour or even quarter-hour episodes, depending on how much time the network needed to fill. A half-hour version later aired in syndication. JusticeNetwork started airing the show in late 2017.

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When originally aired on CBS, episodes were typically an hour long, although segments could (and would) be trimmed to create half-hour or even quarter-hour episodes, depending on how much time the network needed to fill. A half-hour version later aired in syndication. JusticeNetwork Creator/JusticeNetwork started airing the show in late 2017.
5th Dec '17 7:04:39 AM Jdb1984
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When originally aired on CBS, episodes were typically an hour long, although segments could (and would) be trimmed to create half-hour or even quarter-hour episodes, depending on how much time the network needed to fill. A half-hour version later aired in syndication.

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When originally aired on CBS, episodes were typically an hour long, although segments could (and would) be trimmed to create half-hour or even quarter-hour episodes, depending on how much time the network needed to fill. A half-hour version later aired in syndication.
syndication. JusticeNetwork started airing the show in late 2017.
9th Nov '17 1:48:02 AM GalaxyUnicorn
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* SuddenDownerEnding: Somewhat in the episode “Bingo”. While the episode is no laughing matter, (It’s about [[spoiler: a mother who got shot by her husband and was left to die, and wasn’t found for two days, and she becomes quadriplegic as a result of her wounds]]), the episode still needs on a happy note, showing the victim playing with her young son and titular dog that saved her life. That is, until [[EditedForSyndication reruns aired a few months later]], with this text added at the end: [[spoiler: On March 24, 1991, Rhonda died from complications resulting from her injuries.]]

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* SuddenDownerEnding: Somewhat in the episode “Bingo”. While the episode is no laughing matter, (It’s about [[spoiler: a mother who got shot by her husband and was left to die, and wasn’t found for two days, and she becomes quadriplegic as a result of her wounds]]), the episode still needs ends on a happy note, showing the victim playing with her young son and titular dog that saved her life. That is, until [[EditedForSyndication reruns aired a few months later]], with this text added at the end: [[spoiler: On March 24, 1991, Rhonda died from complications resulting from her injuries.]]
9th Nov '17 1:47:19 AM GalaxyUnicorn
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** This was notable in "Butane Huffing," where a teenager collapses and dies after huffing butane to get high, which was ostensibly produced to make the point that [[DrugsAreBad Inhalant Abuse Is Bad]]

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** This was notable in "Butane Huffing," where a teenager collapses and dies after huffing butane to get high, which was ostensibly produced to make the point that [[DrugsAreBad Inhalant Abuse Is Bad]]Bad]].
9th Nov '17 1:44:29 AM GalaxyUnicorn
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* SuddenDownerEnding: Somewhat in the episode “Bingo”. While the episode is no laughing matter, (It’s about [[spoiler: a mother who got shot by her husband and was left to die, and wasn’t found for two days, and she becomes quadriplegic as a result of her wounds]]), the episode still needs on a happy note, showing the victim playing with her young son and titular dog that saved her life. That is, until [[EditedForSyndication reruns aired a few months later]], with this text added at the end: [[spoiler: On March 24, 1991, Rhonda died from complications resulting from her injuries.]]
9th Nov '17 1:33:52 AM GalaxyUnicorn
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** This was notable in "Butane Huffing," where a teenager collapses and dies after huffing butane to get high, which was ostensibly produced to make the point that [[DrugsAreBad Inhalant Abuse Is Bad]].
** Another particularly sad example comes from the episode “Bingo”. A mother gets shot by her husband, is left to die, and she isn’t found for two days. She ends up becoming a quadriplegic, and will never walk again. There is a HopeSpot at the end of the episode, where’s she shown playing with her son and the titular rescue dog that saved her life, but, just before the episode fades out, this text shows up on screen: [[spoiler: “On March 24, 1991, Rhonda McHargue died from complications resulting from her injuries.”]]

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** This was notable in "Butane Huffing," where a teenager collapses and dies after huffing butane to get high, which was ostensibly produced to make the point that [[DrugsAreBad Inhalant Abuse Is Bad]].
** Another particularly sad example comes from the episode “Bingo”. A mother gets shot by her husband, is left to die, and she isn’t found for two days. She ends up becoming a quadriplegic, and will never walk again. There is a HopeSpot at the end of the episode, where’s she shown playing with her son and the titular rescue dog that saved her life, but, just before the episode fades out, this text shows up on screen: [[spoiler: “On March 24, 1991, Rhonda McHargue died from complications resulting from her injuries.”]]
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9th Nov '17 1:29:18 AM GalaxyUnicorn
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** Another particularly sad example comes from the episode “Bingo”. A mother gets shot by her husband, is left to die, and she isn’t found for two days. She ends up becoming a quadriplegic, and will never walk again. There is a HopeSpot at the end of the episode, where’s she shown playing with her son and the titular rescue dog that saved her life, but, just before the episode fades out, this text shows up on screen: [[spoiler: “On March 24, 1991, Rhonda McHargue died from complications resulting from her injuries.”]]
13th Jul '17 7:09:27 PM smittykins
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** After one of her children choked on a lollipop, a mother said she no longer allowed them in her house.
8th Jun '17 12:34:19 PM bjex
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* EaglelandOsmosis: Australian viewers were reminded to call 000.

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* EaglelandOsmosis: When the show was exported outside of North America, Australian viewers were reminded to call 000.000, and UK viewers were likewise reminded to call 999.
7th May '17 1:54:03 PM MagBas
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* HystericalWoman[=/=]ScreamingWoman: Justified to some extent due to the extreme emergencies in some cases, but does somewhat carry the UnfortunateImplications of the trope with how often it appears.

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* HystericalWoman[=/=]ScreamingWoman: HystericalWoman: Justified to some extent due to the extreme emergencies in some cases, but does somewhat carry the UnfortunateImplications of the trope with how often it appears.cases.
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