The life of a paramedic.
Skyline logging, conducted on steep slopes and canyons, is among the most dangerous jobs in the country.
Migrating polar bears put the town of Churchill, Manitoba, on high alert for three months each year.
Professional stuntmen Gaston Morrison and Jon Kralt risk life and limb on the set of the film "Chemical Evil."
Reed Booth spends his days surrounded by killer bees.
Walter Fernandez and his staff have built the reputation as one of the best bounty hunter organizations in the New Jersey area.
Photographer Jim Oltersd risks his life to get the perfect picture.
U.S. Border Patrol agents suffer through scorching summer temperatures to patrol the boundary between Arizona and Mexico.
Members of Philadelphia's Special Weapons and Tactics Teams use high tech weaponry and crime fighting tactics to deal with extremely violent situations.
Bull fighters risk their lives every time they step in the ring with an angry bull.
Rescue crews at race tracks put their lives on the line to save the drivers and their cars.
Police officers in Philadelphia face danger.
Members of the BC Forest Fire Service battle fires from the ground and the air.
Miami's rescue swimmer, Erik Pointer, works at the busiest search and rescue division in the world.
Warren Faidley tracks hurricanes.
Expert blaster Mickey Rogers spends every day handling thousands of pounds of explosives.
Licensed alligator trappers keep pools, back yards and parking lots safe.
Men and women risk their lives to fight a house fire.