Station 19/Grey’s Anatomy crossover: OG character dies in second explosion
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Station 19 warned us that someone was going to die in the crossover with Grey’s Anatomy. It was at the end of the first hour that we found out who it would be.
Ben seemed to be the one based on the promos. It was clear that this was just a red herring. Of course the show was going to pull us in with the threat of Ben being the one to be killed off. That would send Bailey down a huge spiral of grief.
While Ben was there for the death, he wasn’t the one to die. It was someone from the firehouse though who happened to be around the second explosion after a maintenance worker accidentally hit a gas line that started the whole situation.
Who died on Station 19?
At first, it looked like it was going to be Vic. She was hit with a rogue power line and electrocuted. Miller saved her life and she was rushed to Grey Sloan Memorial.
While she was rushed off, there was a second explosion. The captain of Station 23 and Dean Miller were by the house. The Station 23 captain was hit by metal to the abdomen, but he was conscious and rushed to the hospital. Jack found Miller unconscious on the ground by the house.
Ben and Jack tried to keep Miller alive. However, after 30+ minutes of compressions on the way to the hospital, they had to admit that there was no bringing him back. Bailey realized that something was wrong when the ambulance was brought in without sirens or a rush. Of course, she initially feared that it was Ben, and was relieved to find out it wasn’t. She was devastated for him when she realized the truth.
We’ve said goodbye to Dean Miller on Station 19.
What did you think of the Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy crossover? Did you expect Miller to be the one who died? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy airs Thursdays on ABC in the U.S. and on CTV in Canada.