'Chicago Fire': Firehouse 51 Faces Fiery Emergency Amid Tragic Loss (Exclusive Video)

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"Chicago Fire"

It's back to fighting fires on Chicago Fire.

After losing a member of the squad last week, Firehouse 51 faces its latest challenge when a dangerous fire breaks out at a gas station, in a scene exclusive to The Hollywood Reporter. So serious is the emergency that a man on fire demands immediate attention.

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When a man's wife is stuck inside of an SUV, unable to move due to a leg brace, Firehouse 51 is forced to prioritize. But the wait begins to wear on the woman's husband, who, instead of biding by the squad's assurance that they will get her to safety, races toward the car as nearby flames threaten their well-being. "Hey!" yells Lt. Casey (Jesse Spencer). Watch the clip below.

Chicago Fire airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on NBC.

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