'Station 19' Season 4 Episode 15: Does Vic die trying to put out fire at her parents' restaurant?
Two episodes ago on 'Station 19' we saw Victoria Hughes (Barrett Doss) and Dean Miller (Okieriete Onaodowan) come one step closer to happily ever after. Dean was rescued from the icy waters of the sea after falling overboard from a cruise ship, only to have his heart warmed up when Vic tells him that she reciprocates his feelings and loves him too.
We haven't had a chance to see what being back together looks like for Dean and Vic yet, as the last episode focussed on Maya Bishop (Danielle Savre) and Carina DeLuca's (Stefania Spampinato) big proposal and Ben's surgery. It seems like fans won't get to see too many of those romantic moments in this episode either, as disaster strikes for Vic. In the episode, we see that there is a fire at Vic's parents' restauraunt, which she tries to handle with Travis (Jay Hayden). The other firefighters try to stop her from going in because she's simply too close to the issue at hand, but Vic rushes in nonetheless and a few seconds later an explosion occurs.
Fans can't keep calm, especially since things finally seem to be going right for Vic. One fan on YouTube said, "If they kill of vic after dean finally says it out loud that he loves her imma be pissed." Another fan shares the sentiment saying on YouTube, "oh my god i cant handle any more heartbreak, dean needs to rescue hughes so they can finally get together ive been waiting for this since the start of the season"
Fans were also hoping to see Vic, Miller and his baby daughter Pru making a happy family unit together. One fan on YouTube said, "Bruh if something happens to Hughes I’m gonna lose it! She is perfect and I need to see her happy with Miller and Pru!" Will Vic manage to save her parents' restaurant, and more importantly, save herself from being harmed as she rushes in to save the day. To find out tune in to the latest episode of 'Station 19' on Thursday at 8 pm on ABC. You can catch the trailer of the upcoming episode below.