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February 27, 1990 | JANE CRAWFORD, Jane Crawford is a free-lance writer based in Los Angeles.
The camera crew had spent two nights riding around with the supervisor of the Boston Emergency Medical Service, looking for a traumatic injury that they could follow from the scene of an accident through surgery to make a compelling story for CBS' "Rescue 911." Nothing much had turned up. "We were shooting blanks," cameraman Mike Parker recalled. On the third night, about 8 p.m. last Oct.
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October 8, 1991 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Darn those emergency calls. Several such calls came into the Huntington Beach fire operating center last weekend as the crew of "Rescue 911" and host William Shatner (of "Star Trek" fame) were doing some taping there. The CBS "reality" program, in which dramatic rescues are re-created, uses the center regularly to tape its opening, closing and introductions to various segments.
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October 2, 1989 | ALLISON SAMUELS, Times Staff Writer
Charles Ridgeway of Anaheim will be having an unusual reunion Tuesday night: He will be watching a television show about himself with the people who helped save his life. Ridgeway last saw the Orange County Search and Rescue Team in March, at the end of a a frantic search to find him in an Imperial County desert area about 200 miles from home.
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October 8, 1991 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Darn those emergency calls. Several such calls came into the Huntington Beach fire operating center last weekend as the crew of "Rescue 911" and host William Shatner (of "Star Trek" fame) were doing some taping there. The CBS "reality" program, in which dramatic rescues are re-created, uses the center regularly to tape its opening, closing and introductions to various segments.
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February 27, 1990 | JANE CRAWFORD, Jane Crawford is a free-lance writer based in Los Angeles.
The camera crew had spent two nights riding around with the supervisor of the Boston Emergency Medical Service, looking for a traumatic injury that they could follow from the scene of an accident through surgery to make a compelling story for CBS' "Rescue 911." Nothing much had turned up. "We were shooting blanks," cameraman Mike Parker recalled. On the third night, about 8 p.m. last Oct.
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October 2, 1989 | ALLISON SAMUELS, Times Staff Writer
Charles Ridgeway of Anaheim will be having an unusual reunion Tuesday night: He will be watching a television show about himself with the people who helped save his life. Ridgeway last saw the Orange County Search and Rescue Team in March, at the end of a a frantic search to find him in an Imperial County desert area about 200 miles from home.
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