A Fire at Bachelor Mansion? The Cast of “9-1-1” Is Coming to the Rescue for an Epic ABC Crossover (Exclusive)

In a leaked photo from set, the 118 ambulance is sitting outside the homebase of 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette'

<p>Disney/Justin Stephens; John Fleenor/Disney via Getty </p> Oliver Stark as Buck on

Disney/Justin Stephens; John Fleenor/Disney via Getty

Oliver Stark as Buck on '9-1-1' and Joey Graziadei on 'The Bachelor'

The sparks at Bachelor Mansion may be about to fly in a new direction.

After 9-1-1 star Oliver Stark teased to PEOPLE last week about a crossover with another hit ABC show, PEOPLE exclusively received a leaked photo that revealed what that mystery show is. And it's not, as we suspected, Grey's Anatomy or fellow Thursday night firefighter show Station 19.

In the photo below, fans can clearly see the ambulance from the 118 parked outside the mansion used on The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and The Golden Bachelor.

“It's not a direct crossover, but there's a feel of it,” Stark, 32, told PEOPLE exclusively on March 11.

The ambulance from '9-1-1' sits outside Bachelor Mansion
The ambulance from '9-1-1' sits outside Bachelor Mansion

“There's a really fun emergency, and it's not necessarily the biggest in terms of spectacle, but in the fifth episode of the season, there's one that kind of touches base with another ABC show,” he continued. “I'm really excited for that just because I think it will be a good watch.”

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The reason the 118 has shown up at the spot where hundreds of men and women have stepped out of a limo with dreams of accepting roses is unclear. The obvious answer would be some sort of fictional, undoubtedly quirky emergency at the venue.

But eagle-eyed members of Bachelor Nation surely clocked one significant detail in the photo: The driveway is wet. On the first night of every season of the reality dating series, that iconic driveway is famously hosed off so it glistens in the moonlight.

Given that Stark's character, firefighter Buck, is currently single, could he be a contestant, making a heroic grand entrance in an ambo?

<p>Disney/Chris Willard</p> Oliver Stark as Buck on '9-1-1'

Disney/Chris Willard

Oliver Stark as Buck on '9-1-1'

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ABC declined to share any details about the crossover moment, including whether or not current Bachelor Joey Graziadei — or anyone else from the Bachelor franchise — might make an appearance.

The upcoming crossover will not be the first time the 118 spent some time with players from another show. In 2021, Stark and his crew left L.A. to lend a hand to Station 126 in Texas in the first crossover between 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star.

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The Bachelor airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET, and 9-1-1 airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET, both on ABC.

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