At 3:51:14, the Hassans are left staring at a screen where nothing is changing. Dalia wonders if the Americans stopped the call to prevent them handing over the file. "They could have gotten our daughter killed." But all they can do about it now is stress out.
"Why aren't we seeing anything?" Hastings asks at CTU. Because there's nothing to see. Technology has its limits, after all. Chloe says Arlo picked up what may have been a very faint gunshot four minutes ago. And Kiefer's still a quarter mile out. Dana calls over to say Hastings should take the call she's on: "It's Kayla Hassan. She's in a car. She's escaped." Hastings jumps on the line to ask if she's all right. "No!" No, I'm not all right!" Kayla cries. She says they might be chasing her, and she doesn't know where she is. Hastings orders his people to track her cell phone, and tells her to stay on it and tell him what happened. Kayla does so, with admirable efficiency. "[Tarin] told me to call CTU. That it was the only safe place." Kiefer cuts in on the call to see if she can tell them anything about where she was being held. "It was dark... and it was empty." That narrows it down. "It had a vault, like a bank, but abandoned." Okay, that's better. I originally thought this character was going to be a simpering daddy's girl, but she turns out to have some range. Chloe, who is also listening in, is already cross-referencing. Kayla wants them to tell her father that Tarin helped her escape, and "that he sacrificed his life for me." Chloe says the Republic Commerce Bank at 9621 East Broadway (the NYC addresses on this show are getting downright Escherian) closed a year ago, and it's the only bank in the search area. Kiefer calls for drone support and the second CTU TAC team to be sent there at once. Kayla's phone has been triangulated by now, so Dana takes over the project of guiding Kayla in to CTU. Better hope she doesn't get distracted again.