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'Chicago Fire' Season 2 Episode 19 Spoilers: Firehouse Staff Deals With a Tragedy [Video]

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Firehouse 51 endured difficult rescues and a shocking tragedy on the latest episode of "Chicago Fire."

In "Until Your Feet Leave the Ground," the team responds to a call about a man who is compressed between two brick buildings. The team arrives, and cuts the man out of the buildings in a difficult rescue mission.

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Some of the firefighters also help Mouch (Christian Stolte) enhance his online dating profile and dissuade him from following Shay's (Lauren German) advice about what she looks for in a man, seeing as she's a lesbian.

Meanwhile, Severide (Taylor Kinney) helps an injured Denver firefighter who has substance abuse issues. In the end, Severide, who battled substance abuse issues himself, convinces the firefighter to enter a rehab center.

The second call of the episode involves a person who wants to jump to their death. Severide is able to tackle the individual in an edge-of-your-seat rescue.

Later, Dawson (Monica Raymund) reveals her father's plans, which causes a rift to form between her and Casey (Jesse Spencer). Dawson and Shay then take a road trip together, and put their firefighting skills to work when they see a person get hit by a car.

The episode also includes the tragic suicide of Rebecca Jones (Daisy Betts). After struggling to become a firefighter candidate, find her way in the firehouse and break free of her controlling father, Jones took her own life.

On the next episode, "A Heavy Weight": "As the firehouse staff deals with a tragedy, Dawson receives a suicide note and Severide looks into Bloom's past. Meanwhile, Chief Boden receives distressing news and asks Shay for help finding a crucial item."

Watch the promo below for "A Heavy Weight," which airs at 10 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, April 15 on NBC.

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