999: What’s Your Emergency? focuses on the work of Wiltshire’s police, paramedics and fire services. Every year more than 150 million accidents occur in the UK. Over 40% of them occur in our homes, which are statistically the most dangerous place to be. Meanwhile, A&E departments have seen a 14% rise in sports injuries. And, on average, Britons will be involved in two road traffic collisions in their lifetime, with roads the place where you’re most likely to die in an accident. An ambulance crew are despatched to a rural area where a man has chopped through his foot with an axe while cutting firewood. The patient, John, is an amputee because of a biking accident, but says ‘I think I’ll still do things that are dangerous, it hasn’t changed me at all.’ Another crew respond to a Saturday afternoon call-out to help the victim of an injury incurred while playing rugby.