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|Played by:||Karim Prince|
|First episode:||"Day 7: 5:00pm-6:00pm"|
|Last episode:||"Day 7: 5:00am-6:00am"|
Day 7 Edit
Emergency crews responded when the car transporting terrorist Iké Dubaku flipped over in a DC street. Thuener, Dubaku's primary EMT, was ordered by Jack Bauer to revive him, even though the medical worker insisted that Dubaku needed to be transported to a hospital immediately. Thuener told his co-worker Gonzalez to inject epinephrine. A few seconds later, when Dubaku lost consciousness, Gonzalez used shock paddles to revive Dubaku. They discovered that Dubaku had a small object beneath the skin of his chest as he stabilized the patient. Jack forced Thuener at gunpoint to cut him open and remove the object (a data chip), and only then let him take the patient to the hospital.
After 2:00am, emergency crews arrived at the scene where Larry Moss was killed and Tony had shot himself. Thuener offered to give Tony some drugs for his pain, but was turned down. He soon confirmed for Jack Bauer that Tony's wound was caused by a nine-millimeter pistol, casting doubt on Tony's claim that the fugitive Robert Galvez was acting alone.
Thuener was also present giving emergency treatment to Harbinson after Hamid Al-Zarian stabbed him in the neck at around 4:58am. He planned to give Harbinson some morphine to withstand the pain, but Jack stopped him from doing so while he interrogated him. When Harbinson agreed to call Tony Almeida so the FBI could trace the call, Jack let Thuener give him enough morphine for him to make the call.
Background information and notes Edit
- "Thuener" is visible on his name tag during "Day 7: 5:00pm-6:00pm." During his final appearance 12 hours later he is seen wearing the name tag of an earlier character, Waltrip, in an apparent continuity error.