He confirmed that the NWAS now has 220 staff members now trained as TRIM assessors to assist front line staff in traumatic incidents.
The program then revealed the results of the patients seen in the episode.
After spending six days in hospital for pneumonia, Alan enjoyed a trip to Disneyland with his autistic grandson Jack.
Unfortunately, however, they announced that another patient, Eric, had suffered a cardiac arrest thirteen weeks later and died.
Meanwhile, Margaret, who spent a week in the hospital, returned home and died seven weeks later.
Another patient, also called Margaret, returned home and died three months later surrounded by family and friends.
The family of Stephen, who died during the episode, also issued a statement and said they “cried every day.”
“As a family, we are always in mourning, every day always hurts. He was cared for, loved and missed by us every day. ”
And viewers poured into Twitter in tears, with only one writing: “A tough watch for all of you tonight, I’m sure ❤️ Your father would be so proud right now Gareth, as we all are.” Brilliant series, all are absolute heroes # ambulance #NHSheroes #ThankYouNHS. ”
Another commented: “#Ambulance such an emotional vision. ”
A third wrote: “#Ambulance of such sad cases. ”
“Very sad tonight, what brave work they are doing … Thank you #Ambulance,” said another.
* Ambulance returns next Thursday at 9 p.m. on BBC One