The team searches for missing 15-year-old Ryan Wallace who was obsessed with the safety of his school after losing a parent and watching the towers on 9/11 fall. Martin and Vivian both ...
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The team searches for missing 15-year-old Ryan Wallace who was obsessed with the safety of his school after losing a parent and watching the towers on 9/11 fall. Martin and Vivian both return from medical leave. Jack seems to be feeling protective of his staff and loses his temper when Danny puts himself in the way of unnecessary harm.Written by
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This episode starts with a strange miss of a child who has seen the 9/11. It's particularly about the effect of the disaster on the young minds of American's. Every body thinks the twin towers has gone by and the future must go on. But there are some living at the past. And those have security concerns. Can anybody be secure ? Is our life won't be bothered with other terrorist actions? Can we protect ourselves ? This is the concerns of young boy. and he wanted to be sure.
I thinks after all years passed over the event, these are the questions that must be still asking our selves. This boy can't answer it for us. But we can for us.
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