Lt. Boden (Eamonn Walker) and Jimmy (Steven R. McQueen) find themselves at odds in dealing with the aftermath of recent events while Kidd (guest star Miranda Rae Mayo) is forced to deal with her unstable and volatile ex, Grant (guest star Guy Burnet). With the help of firehouse 51, Dawson (Monica Raymund) tries to put her best foot forward in her pursuit for fostering Louie. At the urging of Susan Weller (guest star Lauren Stamile), his new political consultant, Casey (Jesse Spencer) tends to his Alderman duties and leaves town with her to attend a three-day summit. Much to his surprise, Casey embraces his new role while Susan urges him to consider grander aspirations. Meanwhile, the house responds to a dangerous structure fire that puts one of their own in a desperate situation.
When the crushed body of a young teen who ran away from a treatment center for troubled girls is found in an abandoned building, Voight sends Halstead under cover as a guard to investigate the center from the inside.
Dawson risks her life to save a boy in an apartment fire; Severide pushes for an upgrade on the house's fire masks; Cruz and Brett have an idea to get Otis to take a blood test.
A building collapses and leaves dozens of people trapped and injured; Chief Boden faces a life-or-death decision in the rescue plan; Dawson continues her quest to foster Louie; tensions flare between Casey and Antonio.
Severide agrees to a bone marrow donation; Casey and Dawson attempt to find harmony at home; Otis and Mouch plan to create a PSA to encourage people to join the Chicago Fire Department.
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