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24 Hours in A&E

  • Season 11
  • 11 episodes
  • Science
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Episode 9: 24 Hours in A&E

Summary

Eleven-year-old Jack is rushed to A&E after being hit by a motorbike while walking to his first day at secondary school. Twenty-four-year-old Jake arrives after being involved in a head-on collision with another car, and 32-year-old Saumeel needs treatment for a bad cut on his hand.
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Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.

It’s hot in Tooting - remember the few scorching days of summer we had last year? It seems like a distant memory now, which may be a good thing for the people we meet here, who probably want to forget their time at St George’s Hospital.

As if the first day back at school wasn’t bad enough, 11-year-old Jack is hit by a motorbike on the way to his new secondary school. Jake, 24, is also having a hell of day – just before he was knocked out in a car accident, he drove past his ex-girlfriend; when he woke up, he was lying on the pavement with her looming above him.

We also get to know Uzair, a keen medical student thrown in at the deep end whose only wobble comes when he sees blood – in a photograph on someone’s phone. The real thing? No problem.

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DirectorRebecca Symons
Executive producerSpencer Kelly
ProducerRebecca Symons
Series directorBruce Fletcher
Series directorAlex Sunderland
Series directorJackie Waldock
Series producerBruce Fletcher
Series producerAlex Sunderland
Series producerJackie Waldock

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  • Episode 9

    24 Hours in A&E

    Summary

    Eleven-year-old Jack is rushed to A&E after being hit by a motorbike while walking to his first day at secondary school. Twenty-four-year-old Jake arrives after being involved in a head-on collision with another car, and 32-year-old Saumeel needs treatment for a bad cut on his hand.
    Recommended

    Review

    Rating: 3 out of 5.

    It’s hot in Tooting - remember the few scorching days of summer we had last year? It seems like a distant memory now, which may be a good thing for the people we meet here, who probably want to forget their time at St George’s Hospital.

    As if the first day back at school wasn’t bad enough, 11-year-old Jack is hit by a motorbike on the way to his new secondary school. Jake, 24, is also having a hell of day – just before he was knocked out in a car accident, he drove past his ex-girlfriend; when he woke up, he was lying on the pavement with her looming above him.

    We also get to know Uzair, a keen medical student thrown in at the deep end whose only wobble comes when he sees blood – in a photograph on someone’s phone. The real thing? No problem.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorRebecca Symons
    Executive producerSpencer Kelly
    ProducerRebecca Symons
    Series directorBruce Fletcher
    Series directorAlex Sunderland
    Series directorJackie Waldock
    Series producerBruce Fletcher
    Series producerAlex Sunderland
    Series producerJackie Waldock
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