Fearless holds up his cell phone so everyone can hear the announcement that there was a three-car collision on the corner of Wilton and Olympic, and that the ambulance was headed east. Ray and Gedrick leave for their car, I guess to just drive around. Wasn't the original call they got on the radio telling them to get to the mid-Wilshire area? What are they doing at the precinct, anyway? Wahlberg puts a Post-It on the big map, pointing out where Wilton meets Olympic. Teresa finally finds something in that vast wasteland that is the back pocket of the dead man. It's an ID card that reads, "Bilright Security, Samuel McKay." Fearless gets back on the phone with "Control" and asks for the address of one Samuel McKay. Control rogers that while Fearless grabs his jacket and tells a group, "Let's go." Teresa tells Wahlberg that "the other guy" is coming back. Wahlberg tells her to stay calm and promises that he's going to stay with her. He tells her to cough once for yes and twice for no. That won't be obvious, will it? Teresa coughs once that she understands.
We go into slight slow-motion as we hear a siren in the background and Teresa tells McNotahey to stay out of the ambulance. Wahlberg turns back around and looks at the map. "Is that a siren?" he asks. He asks Teresa -- who's talking to McNotahey -- whether she's made many turns since the accident. Teresa coughs twice. Wahlberg radios to control to have all units less than ten miles east of Olympic and Wilton sound their sirens one at a time. Is he saying that the ambulance would only go ten miles in all that time? "He's cold," we hear McNotahey say, but the closed captioning tells us his name is Holden. Teresa says he is cold because he's lost a lot of blood. Wahlberg shouts for everyone in the room to be quiet, and he's so loud there's no way McNotahey didn't hear that booming voice coming out of Teresa's ear as he's obviously next to her asking about his brother. He notices that his brother's chest isn't moving. Wahlberg hears the second siren over the phone as Teresa explains to McNotahey that his brother is cold due to blood loss. Slow motion again as McNotahey asks, "What's that?" and Wahlberg asks for a location on the unit that just made the siren. It's "West 9th and Crenshaw." Wahlberg immediately radios for all available units within one mile to West 9th and Crenshaw to report immediately. "[Holden cocks revolver]," the closed captioning tells me, even though I didn't hear it. "Is he dead?" he asks. "We are running out of time!" Wahlberg shouts to Control. "Is he dead!?" McNotahey shouts again, because all things must be said twice on this show. "You gotta fight back, Teresa," Wahlberg says. McNotahey freaks out, asking her if she's been talking on the phone all this time. Wahlberg screams, "Fight back, Teresa! Fight him!" "Hey, cops, you listenin'?" McNotahey asks. "Huh? Listen to this." Gunshot. Commercials.