The firefighters of Engine 5 get called to a house fire. As the trucks pull up, they realize they’re being shot at. As they retreat, cops get called in. Meantime, two more houses catch fire as offices try to find the shooter in the shadows. Det. Justin leads the investigation. Officers Andy and Robert look to save the day.
Captain Craig began his career as a firefighter in 1991. He joined his current fire department 13 years ago and was eventually promoted to Captain. His fire station/crew specializes in Water Rescue Operations. He’s been married for 20 years and has 4 children.
Firefighter Dave has been a firefighter & paramedic for the last 20 years. He is part of a Water Rescue Crew and trains new firefighters who join his crew. Dave has encountered guns and knives in his job several times but until the incident in “Engine 5,” he had never been shot at. Dave was struck in the helmet by a shotgun blast. He’s been married for 10 years and has 3 children.
Firefighter Bob began his career in fire when he was in high school as an Explorer Scout. He has served as a Firefighter/Paramedic for 41 years, and for the past 20 years, Bob has specialized in Water Rescue. He and his wife have 4 children.
Officer Robert’s career in law enforcement has spanned almost 22 years with 3 different local agencies. He began as a Deputy in the County Jail which led to him being hired by a local municipality. He transferred to his current police agency two years ago. During his career, Robert has served as a K-9 Handler, a Field Training Officer, and a patrol officer. He’s married and has 4 children and 3 grandchildren.
Officer Andy began his law enforcement career in 1995 as a military policeman in the Army. After his Honorable Discharge in 2003 he was hired by his hometown police department and is in his 16th year with the agency. During his career, Andy has been a financial crimes detective, a K-9 handler, and is currently on patrol. Andy has a wife and a daughter and they live with Andy’s retired K-9 and another family dog.