Nightwatch: Car Seats Save the Lives of Two Children (Season 3, Episode 7) | A&E

When New Orleans paramedic Keeley responds to a multiple-vehicle accident, she is tasked with calming the nerves of two frightened children in this clip from “105 and Rising”. #Nightwatch

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Nightwatch
Season 3
Episode 7
105 and Rising

From executive producer Dick Wolf comes “Nightwatch,” an hour-long series following elite teams of emergency responders as they risk their lives to work the busiest and most unnerving shift of the day: the overnight shift in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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38 thoughts on “Nightwatch: Car Seats Save the Lives of Two Children (Season 3, Episode 7) | A&E

  1. Keeley is so amazing with those children. Poor little girl, she even remembered her manners in so much distress. She must have been so scared. Their mother did everything right, proper car seats, and obviously her little girl was raised really well.

  2. Just remember everyone, whenever there's a car seat in any vehicle that's in an accident it is NOT safe to continue to use it, whether there was a child in it at the time of the accident or not!! There might be damage inside that cannot be seen (or heard). Some insurance companies (in the US) will pay for a new car seat in those situations, but even if they don't … Is a child's life really worth taking that chance?!?

  3. When I was growing up, both of my parents worked for county EMS (little map dot in south Georgia) my mom was a paramedic, dad was a firefighter/EMT (we talking 1981-2001ish!)

    When we moved elsewhere (IL), my dad worked for FEMA and volunteered for the red cross before he passed in 2016. Mom is now an RN (retired last year after working for 20 years)

    For some people, helping people in their greatest time of need is a calling, a passion and a blessing – like my daddy running into burning buildings while everyone else was running OUT.

    Anyway – the whole point of my comment was to say that seeing this stuff up close and “live” gives me a whole new level of appreciation for what my parents did – if you asked them now what their “dream job” was/is – my dad always said “oh. Uh. I did that already.. this new gig (FEMA) is just to add to my retirement!”

    Makes me admire, respect and be grateful for those who continue to put themselves into harms way – whether fire/police or paramedic/EMT – they all deserve a huge thank you. ❤️

    *sorry for the rambling NOVEL.. can’t sleep + glass of wine = waaaaay to long and pointless YouTube comment! 😬🤷🏼‍♀️🤣*

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