‘Grey’s Anatomy’: The Shocking Reason Ben Warren Runs Into Fires—Straight From ‘Station 19’

by Jeremy Spirogis
Jason George and Chandra Wilson

The Grey’s Anatomy spinoff, Station 19, airs instantly earlier than the 9 p.m. Grey’s slot. The firefighter collection is in its third season and consists of some overlapping characters with the unique present. Many of Grey’s Anatomy‘s followers don’t need to watch the brand new present, however would possibly miss backstory on their beloved characters. This week we realized what’s going on with Ben Warren (Jason Winston George). 

[Warning: Station 19 Season three spoilers]

Jason George and Chandra Wilson
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‘Station 19’ watches as Ben Warren runs right into a burning constructing with out fireplace gear on

The episode opens with Warren performing fairly regular—after which he loses his impulse management, as common. At first, he’s merely taking good care of a youngster with a stolen hoodie on. The firefighter tries to get the child to open up about what occurred to set the grocery story on fireplace.

“I was like you once. I did some crazy stuff, too.” 

Warren will get the child, Tyler, to admit to what occurred within the grocery retailer. We discover out that Tyler and his friend set off fireworks inside the shop on a dare. The firefighter will get apprehensive when he hears that the boy’s friend continues to be contained in the burning constructing. He runs again into the shop with out his helmet.

“Warren, you are not properly protected,” a fellow firefighter tells him. “Don’t go in.” 

His fellow firefighters proceed to demand that Warren go away the constructing. However, he doesn’t pay attention. The firefighter continues looking for the 14-year-old boy. He lastly finds him hiding in a storage container, badly burned. Warren carries the boy out of the hearth, and we assume we’ll see this teenager once more quickly on Grey’s Anatomy.

‘Station 19’ gave viewers an enormous backstory on what makes Ben Warren tick

“Can’t save anybody if we show up dead,” Warren remarks as he’s driving the hearth truck very fastidiously, though the sirens are on. 

Then there’s a flashback to Warren as a baby with two different teenage boys. They steal their friend, Danny’s dad’s automobile. Warren sits behind the car with the highest down, no seat belt. He stands up along with his arms out whereas his friend drives as quick as he can. Then Danny slams on the breaks. Warren dares the friend to do the identical factor.

After they swap seats, a deer runs out in entrance of the automobile, and so they run the automobile right into a tree. Their friend Danny is thrown from the car. When they discover him, he has an enormous gash in his head and appears like he’s useless. Danny finally ends up hooked as much as machines for the remainder of his life. 

“How long will you sit here, Benjamin?” Danny’s mom lectures Warren. “Days? Weeks? How long do you think I’m going to sit here? For the rest of my life probably. I just hope you think now. I hope and pray that you never ever do this to your mother.”

Warren involves a stark realization that each second in his life stems from that tragedy 

In the current, the firefighter goes to go to Danny, who continues to be in a hospital mattress hooked as much as machines. Warren tells him that he put away his adrenaline chasing for some time due to Danny.

“Anesthesiology, everything I do in my life, it all comes back to you,” Warren tells Danny. “I’m trying to save you. Put your skull back together. I’m a firefighter now. I’m first on the scene. I still hear your mom’s voice in my head.” 

After visiting his friend, Warren goes to Sullivan (Boris Kodjoe), who’s prime of the checklist to be the brand new Chief Battalion of Station 19

“I’m brave, I’m smart, I’m capable, and I’m tired of apologizing for that,” Warren tells Sullivan. “I think every minute of my life has led me up to this point. I am a surgeon who is also a first-responder. You want to impress Dixon? I’m your shot!”

The firefighter lastly embraced his previous and has discovered his objective. It would possibly imply that he continues to run into burning buildings, however he additionally would possibly save much more lives this fashion. We surprise what his spouse, Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) will consider this determination.

Tune in Thursday evening for the following Station 19 episode at eight p.m. ET. If you might be strictly a Grey’s Anatomy fan, search for this replace once more subsequent week to your Station 19 (Grey’s characters solely) recap.

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