11 One Chicago Characters We’re Worried About After Those Finale Cliffhangers (PHOTOS)

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Chicago Med - Season 4
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Natalie (Chicago Med)

Tim Burke T-boned Will’s car, and Natalie went flying out of the open passenger door. She was left unconscious, with a bad head wound.

Chicago Med - Season 4
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Maggie (Chicago Med)

Maggie saved a life by donating a kidney in Season 4 — and then learned her own life may be in danger in the finale. When Sydney came to the hospital, sick, the resulting tests revealed that Maggie may have breast cancer.

Chicago Fire - Season 7
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Firehouse 51 (Chicago Fire)

After responding to a fire in a mattress factory, everyone (including Boden, Brett, and Foster) was inside as the building was about to blow. Furthermore, if it does go up, it’ll take out the block, so even if they get out of the building (not that anyone was willing to evacuate, even off their chief’s order), they’re not safe. However, some were in more precarious positions than others …

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Truck 81 (Chicago Fire)

After Boden’s order to evacuate, Casey led his firefighters further into the basement to give aid to Severide and Cruz.

Chicago Fire - Season 7
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Severide and Cruz (Chicago Fire)

The two members of Squad 3 were trying to open a fortified door to get to people trapped on the other side and were showing no signs that they were going anywhere.

David Eigenberg as Christopher Herrmann - Chicago Fire - Season 7
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Herrmann (Chicago Fire)

He was the one closest to the danger, trying to keep an industrial boiler from blowing and taking out the entire block. And he ordered Ritter to leave him since he’s a kid, but …

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Ritter (Chicago Fire)

Ritter refused to leave Herrmann. He was in just as much — if not more, considering David Eigenberg is a series regular and will be taking a new character, Blake Gallo (Alberto Rosende), under his wing in Season 8 — danger as his lieutenant.

Jon Seda as Antonio Dawson in Chicago P.D. - Season 6
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Antonio (Chicago P.D.)

Jon Seda will not be returning for the seventh season of Chicago P.D., and the last time we saw him in May’s finale, the recovering addict popped a pill. We don’t know what this will mean for how they’ll explain his absence in the fall, but we are worried.

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The doctors, nurses, firefighters, paramedics, and officers of the One Chicago shows deal with life and death situations every day. And when it comes time for season finales, that’s usually taken to another level.

That was true for Chicago Fire Season 7, Chicago P.D. Season 6, and Chicago Med Season 4. After those finales, we’re worried about at least one character from each show.

Click through the gallery above to see which One Chicago characters are in the most perilous positions going into the new seasons.

Chicago Med, Season 5 Premiere, Wednesday, September 25, 8/7c, NBC

Chicago Fire, Season 8 Premiere, Wednesday, September 25, 9/8c, NBC

Chicago P.D., Season 7 Premiere, Wednesday, September 25, 10/9c, NBC