Who Dies in Chicago Fire Season 11 Episode 3?


The Chicago Fire ad implied that not everyone would survive a fire, and it wasn’t wrong. Someone is “totally broke” at the end of this episode, and so are we.

In episode 51, after Brett (Kara Kilmer) invites Hawkins (Jimmy Nicholas) to lunch with her and Violet (Hanako Greensmith), realizing the pair won’t have much time to spend together due to his upcoming transfer, all of 51 sent to a theater fire.

Who dies in the Chicago fire?
Who dies in the Chicago fire?

Several people are stuck under the screen and two others are down in the basement. Boden (Eamonn Walker) orders Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) to do the basic search before sending Severide (Taylor Kinney) to those in the warehouse. Boden is correct in saying that the time limit is only two minutes, not ten.

Hawkins arrives and takes control of triage while additional first responders arrive. Boden, unhappy with the scene, gives the group another minute to leave. The squad hasn’t even entered the warehouse yet and there are more casualties. Gallo (Alberto Rosende) always seems to get hurt when he tries to help someone else.

Who dies in the Chicago fire?
Who dies in the Chicago fire?

Violet, who is out with Brett treating the victims, is concerned when Kidd calls for help. But nothing compares to the shock she feels when, shortly after rescuing Gallo and finding him to be okay, the situation takes a tragic and horrific turn.

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Violet tells Boden that Hawkins saw a man fall outside the back door and that her friend was helping the victim. Before Boden can check on Hawkins and the victim, the building collapses in front of them.

Who dies in the Chicago fire?
Who dies in the Chicago fire?

Violet can only stand and watch as the firefighters rush to dig them out and get to Hawkins. She immediately rushes to him and begins CPR. She screams as Boden pulls her back, “I can save him!” “Please, sir, let’s try. As he is swept away, she pleads, “Please let me try.” It is too late, however. Hawkins has sadly passed away.

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