Back at the hospital, Elizabeth is yelling Mark's name into a dead phone. Dr. Dave asks what happened, and she tells him, basically, that what she heard didn't sound good.
Mark braces himself. Gordon tells them that he's going to set down in a scrap yard. And then...they do set down in a scrap yard. They get Tom out of the helicopter and take him a safe distance away from the helicopter. I cannot believe how lame that supposed suspense was. NBC is so sad! "A hero will fall 2150 feet"? More like "A schmuck will make an unscheduled landing in a slightly inconvenient location, with very few untoward results." For chrissakes, they land in the middle of a million tons of rusty metal and no one even got tetanus. Whatever. Gordon conveniently trips over something and hurts his leg. Tom is crashing, and Mark and Nurse Extra administer meds and intubate him.
At County, Dr. Dave hangs up the phone and tells Elizabeth, "ATC's got a mayday call with location; EMS and fire are rolling." She anxiously asks whether there were any injuries, and Dr. Dave says they didn't say. Elizabeth yells, "Then call them back! Dammit." Like that. Not, "Then call them back, dammit!" It was just an odd line reading. Benton rolls up and asks what's wrong, and she tells him that Mark's chopper went down. Lisa asks, "They crashed?" and Dr. Dave tells her they had to make an emergency landing. Elizabeth snaps, "We don't know that! We don't know anything! Randi, call County Dispatch." Dr. Dave tries to tell her, "They don't know anything more than I told you a minute ago," and Elizabeth loses it, screeching, "I don't care!" Benton tells her to calm down, and to get on with "CDO" and keep everyone posted. He barks out orders to everyone else in the vicinity. He concludes by clapping his hands and telling everyone to "move" (dude, this isn't a basketball game, FYI). Striding out from behind the desk, he asks Lisa whether they've found Luka yet; she tells him they're still trying. Lady, we all know you're trying. And we know what you're trying. And why. And what you wear when you try it.
Luka strolls down CST's Stairway to Heaven, as it were, and makes like the other deathly Angel, showing CST's photo to Dizzy McBusker and asking whether the Dizzy's ever seen him. Dizzy McBusker says that he'd remember "a guy like that," and comments that Luka doesn't seem like a cop. Luka says that he's a doctor. Dizzy McBusker suggests that Luka talk to the tour-boat operator, since he's there all the time. Luka smiles sadly and says that he already did, but thanks Dizzy McBusker just the same. Dizzy McBusker apologizes for not being more helpful. Luka walks over to the fence and stares out at the implacable, unforgiving water. His inner demons crawl out of his clothes and ask Dizzy McBusker to play "Strangers in the Night."