What happened to Gibson on Station 19? Does Jack die on the show?

On Station 19, Jack Gibson (Grey Damon) is experiencing it once more. The official announcement that the firefighter would no longer be able to serve as a firefighter due to his head injury and subsequent diagnosis of CTE was made during Thursday night’s episode. Even a doctor’s second opinion didn’t change Jack’s chances of getting back on the rig.

“Sadly, I was prepared for things like this because Jack has already been through the wringer a few times, but it is still kind of wild,” Damon said in a recent interview.

The actor has already discovered a benefit associated with Jack’s diagnosis, though. “I have to admit that I was not entirely depressed about having to stop wearing all that heavy gear.”

Fans now have an explanation for that Season 6 cliffhanger as the seventh and final season of Station 19 is finally here. With the fate of a beloved firefighter in jeopardy at the end of the show, viewers were left wondering: What happened to Jack Gibson on Station 19? Is Grey Damon leaving the show? We have all the details below.

What happened to Gibson on Station 19?

Jack Gibson was injured on the show, leaving fans fearing that he would not return.

Jack suffered multiple concussions in Season 6 of Station 19, and it was not until he sustained a series of traumatic brain injuries that he finally collapsed in the season finale. Station 19 season 7’s premiere highlighted the gravity of his situation by leaving his fate hanging in the balance, as he didn’t wake up until the episode’s end.

What happened to Gibson on Station 19

Did Jack Gibson die on Station 19?

No, the beloved firefighter did not die. But things will not be the same in his life.

Jack was taken to Grey Sloan Memorial in the Season 7 premiere, where he underwent life-saving surgery from Dr. Amelia Shepherd (Caterina Scorsone). She told recently promoted captain Andy Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz) following the procedure that Jack would never be allowed to work as a firefighter again.

Furious Fans

One fan shared the quotes on X, formerly Twitter, and raged against their decision.

“How can you be so cruel with a character that you write?! I don’t understand. Jack deserves better,” one person wrote.

“I just have to say that Jack better be okay because without him, I cannot finish Season Seven,” another fan tweeted.

“It’s so sad Jack can’t be a firefighter anymore!! A third person said, “I am eager to see where they take his character.

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