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Night falls on the mine when all the men have finally been accounted for. Two men are dead and a couple dozen more are injured. With so many injured, moving them down the treacherous roads at night is impossible. Jack decides to wait until sunup to attempt moving the men to safety. In the meantime, he sends Jesse back to Hope Valley to tell the town to prepare for the injured first thing in the morning. As Jesse makes his way down the trail he sees a large logjam forming in the river. The swollen stream strains against the barrier, a dam made by nature that will bring unspeakable damage downstream when it finally breaks. Jesse wastes no time and spurs his horse onward.
As he rides down the south road he hears Nora screaming up ahead. Meanwhile, just outside of town, Bill continues his search for Nora and Henry. He comes around a curve in the road and finds Henry¡¯s car, empty and stopped at the top of a ravine. Some of the men are buried in the mud, while still others are trapped inside the mine. On the rain soaked trail leading into the mine, the wagon train of supplies and men finally arrives. Nora yells that she can¡¯t move Henry by herself and Bill immediately scrambles down help. The men from Hope Valley immediately spring into action, treating the injured and clearing the rubble. At the bottom of the ravine he finds Nora, muddy and disheveled, sitting next to the unconscious Henry Gowen. At the entrance to the mine, injured men lie scattered.
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At the schoolhouse, Elizabeth shuffles her class outside as the women bring in supplies to treat the wounded miners. Leaving Rosemary behind as a substitute teacher, Elizabeth is going to speak to the children at the settlement about the accident. The children of Hope Valley are worried about the injured men and about the damage the flood could cause. Elizabeth assures them that their home will be fine and that constable Thornton will do his best to help all the men at the mine.
At the mine, the number of wounded continues to pile up. Pastor Hogan sits with a seriously wounded man, who knows that he¡¯s about to die. Jack notices the scene and joins with Frank to comfort him. The dying man wants his son to know how proud he is of him, and Jack, who knows the man¡¯s son Harper, promises to pass along the message. The man grasps Frank¡¯s hand and within a few moments, he is gone. Frank takes a deep breath before covering the body and bowing his head in prayer. At the hospital in Union City, Jack emerges to talk to Nora. Nora thanks Bill for coming to the rescue but Henry¡¯s condition is still touch and go. Bill sits her down and asks why she left. She explains that both she and Henry wanted a new start. She is still unsure as to why Henry was in such a hurry but she knows something was wrong with him. Bill can¡¯t stay with Nora however; the flood is rumored to have damaged the area where Lucy Benson, the daughter of Bill¡¯s friend Carl, lives by herself.
At the settlement, Abigail and Elizabeth arrive to deliver the dreaded news. The women gather around to hear news of the catastrophe at the mine. Edith is relieved that Roy is safe, but many of the other women are left to worry about the fate of their loved ones. Nearby Elizabeth breaks the news to the children. She does her best to explain the situation and lets them know that they are doing everything they can to rescue the men. When Abigail and Elizabeth return to the caf¨¦ later that day, they find an entire room of napping children. The Hope Valley kids never take naps for Elizabeth and she and Abigail are thoroughly impressed that Rosemary was able to pull it off. Rosemary explains that they had run out of things to do and that the children were getting ¡°difficult.¡± She had no option but to bribe them by telling them if they were good and went to sleep she would bring the circus to town. While she has no plan on how she¡¯ll fulfill the promise, the results speak for themselves.
As the sun begins to peek above the mountains surrounding Hope Valley, Elizabeth and Charlotte are making their way back into town. An early riser, Charlotte¡¯s convinced Elizabeth to accompany her to pick berries for their hearty country breakfast. As they enter the outskirts of town, Jack, who¡¯s just getting back from his early morning patrol, pulls up beside them. Elizabeth invites him to join them for breakfast but the thought of another of his mother¡¯s lard-filled meals is not part of his morning routine. On his way back through town, Jack passes by the new infirmary. He walks in and finds Faith treating a badly wounded man. The man is Roy, Edith¡¯s husband and one of the local settlers. He tells Jack that a mudslide struck the Silverton mine and many of the miners were injured. Jack immediately heads out and gathers as many of the men as he can for a rescue mission to the mine. As word of the tragedy spreads through town, homes begin to empty as the townsfolk start to carry out anything that may be of help. Faith hurries off to set up an extra infirmary at the school and once the supplies are loaded, the men ride off to the mine.