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Jacob was shot yesterday.
What if the police find out it was me, get the gun...
Relax, they don't know nothing!
You stay away from that boy or so...
Have you forgotten what happened the last time you tried that?
What are you doing bringing that back into my crib?
Jade looked upset about what she just saw.
Maybe I should speak to HER instead?
Stevie's been talking to that copper outside school.
He just needs a, erm...reminder.
She was raped.
I don't do hospitals, do I, JJ?
We have to find them!
Look, we need to stop.
We can go to my cousin's in Birmingham.
With you like that we ain't even going to make it out of Holby.
Look, we'll just wait here and wait for the bus,
it will only be a minute.
There's no time!
Look, baby, I know you're scared...
but you've had your punishment.
We'll just keep our heads down and we will be all right.
You shot a six-year-old child.
The police are after you and Anton thinks you're going to grass.
If we don't get away then you're going to end up in prison,
or we'll both end up dead.
Somebody should have stayed with her, Tess.
-Security's looking at the CCTV...
-..I know it's unusual
but I've sent Scarlett and Lloyd to search the hospital and the grounds.
-Much as I'd like to keep Jade under lock and key...
-You can't let her walk away...
-..she is 16!
Hard as it is, it's her choice.
Maybe we've missed something.
Healthy teenagers compensate, don't they?
And when they finish compensating they go downhill rapidly.
I know what I said before but maybe I was wrong.
Should we involve the police?
Well that's all she needs at the moment, isn't it?
-To be bundled into the back of a police van.
-But if she's ill...?
And what do I tell them?
It's eerie, isn't it? Like the calm before the storm.
Cue the world and his wife tipping up on the door step!
It's the same on the estate.
Since that poor little kiddie got shot looks like they've all gone to ground.
As long as they're killing each other on someone else's patch, fine by me.
Who are "they" exactly?
Crips, Bloods, Sharks and the Jets, pal, who cares?
Whatever they're calling themselves this week.
-# So much pain in my life. #
-Ah, can I help you, mate?
Yeah, I'm here to see Jade Messenger.
OK. Can I have your name please?
-I'm her cousin.
-Yeah, I need your name.
Cos it's standard practice, mate.
If we let you through to see a patient,
we need to know who you are.
Right, then, innit.
Lewis, maybe get the car, man.
Come to finish her off, Anton?
Look...I get it, you've got a personal beef with me, innit?
But let it go, seriously.
It's better for you.
I'm still talking to you.
-I never touched her!
-No, that's right, Anton.
You don't like to get your hands dirty, do you?
-Get your so-called "mates" to do the nasty stuff...
-What do you take me for?
My no condone raping schoolgirls, understand?
What did you just say?
No-one's talking to you, are they? Ah, not even your mates here.
HE LAUGHS You can't find a single snitch.
-I want Nick Jordan out here, right now!
-I'll see if he's available.
Better MAKE himself available!
I'd give him the heads up if I was you
cos she looks like she's about to kill.
How do you ever recover from something like that?
What, simple as that?
Never said anything about it being simple.
-Have I done something wrong or are you just in a bad mood?
Well, next time, do me a favour, yeah? Don't take it out on me.
Look, I'm sorry, mate.
It's a bad night, OK?
Ah, there she is.
Been looking everywhere for you. We need to get you back inside.
Well, you shouldn't have bothered.
Mr Jordan's worried about your condition, OK?
It might not be anything serious
but he wants to check you over properly before you leave.
I'm SICK of everyone treating me like I'm a kid!
People are worried about you. Tess, Mr Jordan, me.
We all want the best for you.
You don't know what's best for me. You haven't got a clue.
I know you've got yourselves caught up in something you can't handle.
I also know that as soon as you run,
everyone's going to think you've got something to hide.
You need to talk to someone
cos the situation's only going to go from bad to worse.
What you talking about?
All you need to know is that I'm on your side.
I'm trying to help you.
Look, if he says you have to go back into the hospital,
then you've got to go back.
You can't leave me.
(I'll get the money and the bags
(and you give me a call when you're finished, OK?)
-Oh, Jade, Jade, Jade. Hold on, get her arm.
-Sit her down.
-Oh, watch her head on this.
Gamu, it's me. Meet me at the warehouse, yeah?
Nah, I ain't even hearing that! Get there now.
-Please call the ED when you get this, thank you.
Mr Jordan, the female copper, you know, your friend?
-Oh, yes, what about her?
-She was looking for you earlier...
And did Jade tell you who raped her as well?
HIP-HOP MUSIC PLAYING
-Go get yourself something to eat, all right?
-I ain't hungry.
Listen up, babes, just take the money and go, all right?
Please, thank you.
Still love you, yeah?
This your handiwork?
You asked me to deal with it, I dealt with it.
I never told you to go this far, did I?
Bro, Stevie's my little brother. You think I ordered that?
I don't know what to think.
All I know is when I find out who did this...
I'm going to deal with them.
I hear you, fam.
It's my word, yeah?
'How many males were involved?'
'Four or five, she can't be sure.'
She didn't exactly volunteer the information, we had to get it out of her.
And you knew this, what, an hour, two hours ago?
Well, frankly, Yvonne, if Tess hadn't dealt with the situation so well,
she may not have told anyone.
You know that for any of this evidence to stand up in court
it had to be OUR doctors who examined her.
Oh, please, don't lecture me on best practice, Yvonne.
Tess is the only person that that girl would let near her.
Anyway, you will be pleased to know that we convinced her to go to the rape referral centre.
You have an OBLIGATION to inform the police.
-Well, isn't that what we are doing now?
The reason why I found out about it
is because I ran into Anton Tait in the ED.
He's the thug that told me what happened.
We're also pretty sure that he's the person who ordered the shooting
that left Jacob Broker fighting for his life.
Chances are he ordered the attack on Jade too.
You can't protect her from people like HIM!
Well, if you're so sure that Anton Tait is responsible for all this,
why isn't he behind bars?!
Because for that to happen, I need someone to speak up.
Nick, I NEED access to Jade!
And Jade's pulse is elevated at 108.
BP is fine at 118/79.
And she seems to have some tenderness.
Is it your tummy or your side?
It's from where I fell over.
Can you show us where it hurts?
If we're not needed? Guys.
Tess, I don't need all this fuss.
I was born to fuss, so why don't you indulge me?
Can I take a look?
-Excuse me, Claire.
This is new.
Jade, when you pass water, have you noticed any discolouration at all?
Bit concerned about that bruising on your back.
I think your kidneys could have taken a hit.
Can I have another look?
Has there been blood in your urine, Jade?
I don't know.
Let's get a sample, please, Tess. All right, sit back.
What is she doing here? Have you been talking to the police?
-No, I've not said anything.
-What have you said?
They already knew. Sit back, please.
-If you stay with Jade, I'll go and deal with her.
Come on, just sit back. Make yourself comfortable.
What are you doing?
-Yeah, I know he's looking for me.
-Yeah, not just you. Me too.
-I've got stuff to do, man.
-No, WE got stuff to do.
Don't follow me. Nan's home.
Well it's not pink, doesn't have a hood...
You don't want to be one of those weirdos who treats their pets like children.
Part of me thinks it is a little undignified but...
-she's been feeling the cold recently.
-Has she got a blanket?
No, Zoe, I make her sleep on a concrete floor(!)
-Course she's got a blanket.
Because she was asking for one five minutes ago.
-Oh, for God's sake!
We've got three patients about to breach!
None of whom are mine.
And you're choosing your dog's spring wardrobe.
One utilitarian coat, actually.
How many fag breaks do you take a day?
The blanket is for the frail, polite lady in cubicle two
who's been freezing her butt off for the last hour
but didn't want to make a fuss because she thinks the doctors here are so busy!
-I'll get the blankets.
If it wasn't for your wife being here, I'd think there was something going on.
She was having a go at me, Linda.
Yeah, it's like an old married couple.
I think it's nice.
You concentrate on your own non-existent love life.
Right, well, forget what I said.
The only thing you're capable of caring about is some dumb animal.
Dogs aren't dumb!
Cadmus, stop it, you daft dog!
Cadmus! Cadmus, I swear I'm going to kill you!
SHE GRUNTS AND PANTS
Oh, G... Ah!
Where have you been?
Have you seen this?
-They're saying one of these men is your brother. Did you know?
-Look, I haven't seen him in months.
There's leftovers in the fridge. Don't wait for me.
No, you're not very good at this, are you?
Eye spy with my little eye something beginning with T.
-No, beginning with "T", Jeff!
-No, no, there's a dog in the road!
All right, all right!
Maybe we should knock this game on the head?
Where d'you spring from, eh?
Let's get you out the road, shall we?
What's the matter with you? I thought you liked dogs?
I do. Just ones that don't look like they are going to eat me alive.
Don't be ridiculous. He's not going to hurt you. Are you, eh?
-Are there any houses near here?
-I don't know.
This is eating into our break, you know.
Here, look, there's a mobile.
Is that you?
-There's someone in there, Jeff!
-How long have you been here?
-Where is he?
OK, right. Can you get some blankets please, Jeff? She's freezing.
-Right, can you tell me your name?
Cadmus? Right, is that your surname?
No, darling, listen, I need you to stay nice and still.
We are going to get a collar on you and stop you moving about, OK?
Where is he?
-Is Cadmus your dog?
He's fine, sweetheart, you got nothing to worry about.
-He's in the back, we'll take care of him.
-You can't leave him!
He's not going in the ambulance.
Haranguing someone when they're not ready won't get you anywhere.
Look, I understand that she's been through a horrendous ordeal.
I'm also pretty sure I know why it happened to her -
as I think you are as well.
Jade has information about the shooting.
They're trying to silence her.
You might think you're protecting her while she's in here
but how safe is she going to be once she leaves the ED?
I will try and get her to make a statement
but I need to be able to reassure her
that she'll be safe if she does so.
If Jade gives me Stevie, then Stevie will give me Anton...
That's a lot of ifs and a lot of assumptions...
-..and with Anton off the streets the immediate danger's gone.
-What about witness protection?
That depends on her co-operation.
She's the victim! If I can tell her that there's something in place
then maybe it will encourage her to talk to you?
I can't make promises.
Does Stevie know what happened to Jade?
I don't think so.
-I'll be interested to see his reaction when he does find out.
-What do you mean?
I'm not here for the long game.
If Jade won't talk to me maybe Stevie will.
I want you to arrest Stevie Kingsley.
All we've got are some sketchy CCTV images and the cell site analysis.
Now we've got leverage as well.
This is Anna Forth, she's been in a RTC, no other vehicles involved.
GCS was 14 at scene, she was confused and distressed.
Lacerations to her head, a fractured right wrist.
Sats of 95, BP 125 systolic, pulse 110, she's had 5 of morphine.
Great. OK, Anna, do you remember how long ago you had the accident?
I don't know.
-Is there a reason for the dog, Jeff?
-Yeah, Cadmus here probably saved her skin.
He went for help.
Hardly. He was eating roadkill!
-We've got it.
-Was the dog in the vehicle?
You're a lovely hound, aren't you? Has anyone checked him over?
Well, tough call, Doctor,
but in the end we decided we'd prioritise the human(!)
Where are you going?
I'll look after him from here.
It belongs to the woman.
-It's a he. Come on.
-Yeah, and HE eats doctors.
No, no, Doctor Keogh! No, no....
I'm just going to grab my coat and then I'm going to take him to the vet.
I'm not having that wandering round the hospital. He's dirty!
He's probably cleaner than I am, to be honest.
-I haven't had hot water on the boat for weeks.
Five minutes. Don't be so petty!
If Mr Jordan asks, just tell him I've gone for a quick cup of coffee, OK?
-Thank you, Neville.
Can we get another line in, please?
-Anna? Can you tell me where it hurts?
Don't worry about the dog, I'm sure he's fine.
Can you keep your neck still? We still haven't cleared it.
No, he's eaten chocolate!
Can you move your fingers for me?
OK, it's the wrist.
-We're going to get you some more pain relief, OK?
Just sit forward for us.
I can see what you're trying to do.
You're just trying to keep me here.
Why would I do that, Jade?
Cos you and that copper are friends. I saw you at school together.
-Whether you choose to talk to the police is your decision.
We can't force you.
We just want to make sure you're well enough to leave.
-Mr Jordan, I ran the urine analysis
-and the results showed gross haematuria.
-OK, thank you, Scarlett.
There you go, that confirms what I was saying about the bruising.
Looks like your kidneys have taken a bit of a hit. Thank you.
-Well, we'll get you a scan
and then we will work out the extent of the damage.
-The fact is you're sat up, talking to us. So don't worry.
Stay with her. Thanks.
How long is this going to take?
Have you got somewhere you need to be?
Don't look at me like that.
What do I think of her?
Erm, well, she's from Liverpool, smokes like a chimney -
neither of which figure highly on my tick list.
Your temperature's a little bit high.
It's probably down to the day's events.
I suggest you make yourself comfortable and get some sleep.
I'll be back in a little bit with some provisions, OK?
Thanks for listening.
'Right, all patched up then?'
Don't want to blow my own trumpet
but I've done some pretty neat stitching there.
OK, Anna, you came off lightly.
The wrist fracture is undisplaced,
which means we won't need manipulate it and it should heal quickly.
Is it odd that I've no recollection of why I crashed the car?
It's probably just the shock. It'll all come flooding back soon enough.
I've been driving down that road ten times a day recently.
It's perfectly straight.
Ten times a day?
You don't look like a delivery driver!
My husband was in the hospice.
Oh, my God!
How long have I been here?
About an hour or so.
The dog's home alone, he'll have destroyed the place!
No, Anna, you came in with the dog.
You were worried about him, do you remember?
Strangely, that rings a bell.
Let's not worry about the dog for now.
Let's sort you out some pain relief and we'll get you discharged as soon as we can.
This is really strange, but I can't remember his name.
The dog's. I can't remember his name!
OK. Back in a tick.
It's probably just the shock and the morphine, but...
What are you still doing here?
Anton thinks you're a snitch and I'm your brother.
He knows whose side I'm going to take.
I got nicked yesterday.
I'm the one taking all the heat
and you're just going to leave me hanging?
Remember when my dad walked out and he tried to take me with him?
A grown man dragging me down the street,
and me, a nine year old boy, kicking him off me.
I wouldn't leave because I knew I had to look after you.
Anton will NEVER turn on you!
Cos you're the big man, Stevie(!) You know how this works.
You ain't got a clue!
Do you want to know what really happened to Jade?
I didn't want to have to do this.
This is what Anton did to her.
Him and his boys raped your girl.
-You shut your mouth!
He's spreading the word that it was me.
-He's telling everyone
Like I'd do that to my brother.
I go down for rape, you go down for attempted murder
and Jade spends the rest of her life looking over her shoulder.
Anton? He just carries on like nothing happened.
I'm going kill him!
Yeah, yeah, now you're getting it, but I'll be right there with you.
It's him or us.
What's he doing here?
I'm your grandson, Joan, remember?
Get inside, I want to talk to you.
You promised me you'd have nothing to do with him.
All right, leave it, Nan.
Can't you see who that boy is?
Can't you see this boy is just like me?
Well, you think you can set us against each other? You're wrong!
Where's my money?
-I don't know what you're talking about.
-Give it to me!
You leave now, you don't come back.
Grab it, man.
Remember, this is for Jade, yeah?
Oh, sorry. How is she?
She's in a bit of discomfort and she's a bit tachy.
Still waiting for slot in the scanner, I'm afraid. I know.
Here we go.
Can you get me my phone and call Stevie, please?
Well, what about your mum? She needs to know you're poorly.
She can't cope.
Can you just call him, please?
There you go.
We all know what we are looking for
but if you happen to find a smoking gun with a full set of prints,
all the better!
Do we all have a copy of this?
-Armed Police! Armed Police!
Armed Police! Clear! Clear!
We're looking for Steven Kingsley.
He's not here, what's this about?
We'll take a look for ourselves, if you don't mind.
-You can't just walk in here...
-We've come to arrest him.
'We do this quick, yeah?'
We torch the place and we dust!
Yo! I'm doing this for you, mate!
If you're cool to let this lie, then I'm cool.
-What if there's other people inside?
Bro, these are the same men that did Jade.
-Are you going to let them get away with that? What's wrong with you, man?
-All right, calm down!
Yeah, do it, man!
-Throw the thing, man!
-There's a girl in there!
So what? It's going to blow up. Throw it! What's wrong with you?
Get out, get out!
What the hell was that, you chief?
I've been clearing up your mess all week!
-Are you crazy? There was a girl inside!
-I took care of your business, you're going to moan?
-I didn't ask for this.
What, what, what, you think you can go church on Sunday
-and be a part-time gangster?
-What's wrong with you?
YOU'RE wrong with me! 16 years you've been a liability, I'm sick of you!
There's no time, man, come on!
What are you doing? Let's go, man!
It's Jade. We need to go to the hospital.
I hope you've been a good boy.
Caught you red-handed!
-You stay with him, please. I will be back in a second.
You've got the wrong brother!
If you know where Stevie is, you have to tell us.
We need to find your grandson, Mrs Constance.
I don't know where he is!
For all we know they've already got Stevie under arrest.
Well, she doesn't need to know that.
How likely is it that she's going to need surgery?
Well, she's young, healthy, fairly stable -
let's wait until we have done the IVU, then we'll know more.
-Leave those on there.
-I'm going to put another call out to her mother.
Oh, and Tess, listen, tell everyone that if the boyfriend does turn up
we are to call the police.
I don't want any more accusations levelled at me.
Can we get her out of there as quickly as possible, please?
-What are you talking about?
-I'm quite serious.
-I need to talk to her urgently.
-Where the hell have you been?
I believe her dog has consumed industrial amounts of chocolate.
It's poisonous for dogs.
That is SO interesting.
-I thought dogs liked chocolate.
-Some people like crack,
-it doesn't mean it's good for them. I need to talk quantities.
Dylan, you haven't been on the shop floor for nearly two hours now.
You're not making this easy for me.
As Lead for Trauma, I can't be seen to give you special treatment for a dog.
I didn't ask you to give me special treatment, Zoe, you can't hold me responsible for that!
What are you talking about?
I don't think it's appropriate to have this conversation here and now.
-I'm with a patient.
Why didn't he just become a vet?
-Because he has phobias.
-Why doesn't that surprise me?
OK, look at this. Anna's brain.
-Check that out.
No wonder she can't remember anything.
OK, everybody, there's a serious burn coming in. ETA three minutes.
Can we go in closer, please?
These are ready for collection, OK? Not now, Yvonne.
I've just been redeploying half of the team
from the shooting investigation onto the firebombing.
I'm sorry, I can't talk.
Can Anton Tait talk?
-What do you mean?
-Remember what I was saying to you about reprisals?
You have a burns patient in here, it's Anton.
I don't want to be near him!
-Jade, Jade, on my life, I didn't do this, Jade!
-Get away from me!
-It's OK, Jade, we are moving you.
-Are you taking her through to scan?
-Someone tried to kill you, did they?
Shame they didn't try a bit harder. Just tell me who it was.
-You can't talk to him now.
-Can you tell me?
If you could call me let me know if he's going to pull through
that would be very handy.
-Meantime, I'm going to try to contain this mess!
-Go on, Tess.
No airway problems...
and that's the first litre of saline.
-Can you just pop the cuff on him, please?
There. I've been here before, you know.
Then why were you giving me grief earlier then?
-I didn't know it was sick!
-It's a he!
Did you notice anything when you came in here?
I've been mopping up his puke for t'last half hour!
Can you get me some ice packs, please?
OK, OK, nothing to worry about. Be over soon.
Er, gentlemen, unless I am very much mistaken,
none of you is ill, injured or incapacitated in any way.
So, as there is nothing to see here, may I suggest that you go home.
No, fine, right.
-Where have you been?
-Oh, don't ask!
Are they all waiting to be seen?
Er, no, apparently they're all relatives of the guy in resus.
Must have a very large family.
Who's the guy in resus?
-Oh, he's a lovely character. Regular pillar of the community.
-I don't like this, Mac.
No, there's another load of them out waiting by the main entrance
but don't worry, I've phoned security and, er...
but I'd give the police a heads up if I was you, eh?
Oh, can you take some ice packs to the ambulance station, please?
Oi, you're not listening, fam.
-You can't just walk in, it's going to be full of mandem!
-I don't care.
Look, Jade's been dealt with, she's not going to say nothing, man.
You think I care about snitching? She's seriously hurt, bruv.
Whose side are you even on?
How can you ask me that, Stevie?
Yo...I'm waiting here, yeah?
Don't be long, bruv!
I need to see Jade Messenger.
-Sorry, I don't think I...
-It's OK, I've got it.
-What are you doing?
-Come with me.
How about we talk about you?
It's the end of the road, mate. They're going to arrest you.
Just let me speak to Jade.
Did you shoot that kid, Stevie?
-Look, it was a mistake.
-I didn't mean to hit him, it was an accident!
-Save it! I'm getting the police.
-Wait, hold on!
Please, just let me speak to Jade first?
What happened to her...
..it's because of you.
And you think I don't know that?!
Look, I'm trying to make things right.
-How bad is she?
-She's gone for a scan.
We should know more when we get the results.
Cos when we spoke it sounded...
It's nothing bad but you need to be with her.
If I thought for one second I could help her, I would.
-I can't take care of anyone.
Not even myself!
That's not true.
She needs a proper grown-up.
Do you think we can just magic one up then?
Look, we can't undo what's happened, but we can help her through this.
-Look after her.
-She needs YOU! You're her mother.
What sort of mother lets something like this happen to their child?
It's been a very difficult few months.
David was in the hospice for the last few weeks.
He passed away last Thursday.
I'm very sorry to hear that.
Maybe that's where I was going today? The hospice.
Did you have to collect your husband's belongings?
No, I've already done that, I think.
Er, Matt, bed number three, please.
Anna, have you, er, have you been feeling unwell recently?
Constantly tired, to the point where I can barely stand up,
but I haven't been sleeping.
Is there anything else?
Erm, bit more forgetful, but again, that's lack of sleep.
Well, something came up on your brain scan
and I don't think it happened during the car accident.
What is it?
I suspect you've had a stroke.
Right, Jade, as suspected, you do have damage to your kidneys.
It's a haematoma, that's the bruising we noticed earlier,
but try not to worry cos it's not that serious.
We're going to get the urology surgeons down
to take a look at you, OK?
-So what does that mean? That I need an operation?
Let's wait to hear from the surgeons.
OK, I have got to get back to resus. I'll leave it with you, thanks, Tess.
Great. Lloyd will stick around for as long as you need.
I've called the police.
You're not going to have long before they get here, OK?
Who did this to you?
They had their faces covered, I didn't see.
But it was Anton who organised this?
Who else would it be?
I need the key to your locker.
-I'm not going to hurt anyone, I promise!
-Then why do you need it?
Your prints are all over the gun.
-I don't want you to get dragged into this.
Well, then after you get rid of it, can we just go, please?
I'm not getting rid of it.
I'm handing it in.
-What are you talking about?
-Look, people need to know what I done
-and you need to tell everyone what they did to you.
-Stevie, I can't!
You wouldn't be here if it wasn't for me.
None of this would have happened!
Why have you got this?
Well, it's yours.
-Jade, how have you got this?
-I don't know!
Tell the nurse guy, Lloyd, that I'm coming back, OK?
-So, the ice goes in the towel, yeah?
-Yes, double thickness.
-Try and get it under him if you can.
-Whoa, there you go.
-That's good, that's good.
-How's is he?
-Yes, his heart rate's coming down.
Oh, thank God for that!
Eh, this is like proper field medicine, innit?
There's a good boy, there we are.
My mother had a stroke, she could barely talk, couldn't feed herself.
-Are you left handed, Anna?
OK, have a look at this.
The bleed happened in the non-dominant hemisphere of your brain.
-It's what's we call a silent stroke.
-What does that mean?
It means it happened in an area that doesn't control vital function,
i.e. your limbs, sight, speech...
I know it doesn't feel like it right now, but you're lucky, Anna.
I'm going to refer you to a neurologist, OK?
-He'll be able to help you a lot more.
-I'll be back in a tick.
-I'm sorry to disturb you, Mrs...
-Dylan, not now.
We need to talk about chocolate and your dog.
Now, if it's milk, we're out of the woods.
If it's 80% or more cocoa solids then we have work to do.
-What's the matter with him?
-Well, he's got chocolate poisoning.
Nothing can happen to the dog, he was David's!
There he is!
Down there, get him! Get him!
SHOUTING AND SCREAMING
-No, no, this is NOT on!
-We are not paid to deal with this!
-Call security, get the police!
-What was that about?
-Are you OK?
-He's getting away!
SCREAMING AND SHOUTING
-Go, go, go!
-What took you so long?
-Where are they?
-They're everywhere, man.
Why didn't you come the first time I called you?
All vital signs OK at present...
-Please stop it!
-Get out of the way!
All of you, get out of here! Get out!
Sam, Sam, Sam! Stay with your patient!
Zoe, don't undermine me.
-Sam, you're massively overreacting.
-Zoe, she didn't, I saw that.
This has nothing to do with you,
-I'm telling her to prioritize her patient.
-I AM prioritizing my patient!
Zoe, I know you got me down as some sort of hot head,
but we're in the middle of a mob here!
One GMC inquiry not enough for you?
-I don't know what's going on, what relationship...
-I don't know what you're talking about!
All I am saying is, you don't take it out on Sam!
-The boyfriend's gone, the ED is being overrun and it's got to stop.
-Look, I know, Yvonne.
Look, I know you're concerned with patient confidentiality
and I get it that your priority is Jade's welfare...
-You're not forcing that girl into making a statement and that's that.
-That's not what I want right now.
What I want is for nobody else to get caught up in this.
And what I want is for that girl to be OK before she leaves here, OK?
There's still a gun out there!
We are on the same side.
What's the matter, Kris? You think I was finished?
Jade, You have to tell us where Stevie is.
..I know you don't trust me...
..but all I want to do is stop anyone else from getting hurt.
If you're worried about your safety...
..I can help with that.
Once you're better, we'll get you somewhere safe.
You have my word.
He's coming back here.
Thank you, Jade. Thank you.
-I'm sorry. I am so sorry!
'I made it crystal clear to you.'
I don't do rape and I DEFINITELY ain't going down for it.
Time to tell the truth, Kris.
Shame the devil.
What you going to do, bruv, eh?
I'm not going to do nothing, Kris, it's him you got to explain it to.
-Bruv, where have you been, man? The leng is everywhere.
-Get off me!
Please, let's not bottle it now, bruv, let's go!
Well, that's my chain. Where did you find this?
I didn't. Jade did.
You're supposed to be my brother.
I LOVED you!
Yeah, well, I loved you...
but all you did was take, take, take.
So I took back.
-Stevie! Put the gun down.
If you do this, then you're just as bad as he is.
This is what he wants but you are nothing like him.
No, man, we're brothers.
Can we get some help, please!
Get his phone. There is a video of what he done to Jade.
OK, well done. Right, fast beep the anaesthetist,
-let's try and get him intubated, please.
-We're fine, Lloyd.
-Let's get some fluids, scissors...
-He's arrested, starting CPR.
Adrenalin, 2 units of O Neg quickly.
-Line going in...
It's a through and through, a thoracotomy set, immediately!
-Yeah, on it.
-This is a catastrophic injury.
-Yes, I know that, Tess.
Come on, now!
-Jade, Jade, please, sweetheart.
-No, get off me!
-No, you can't get up, please!
-Is it Stevie?
Tell me what's happened! Has he been shot?
-Just breathe, breathe. No, he hasn't.
-What's happened then?
It's his brother.
We will get through this, all right? We'll get through this together.
OK, arm up out of the way. Scalpel.
Making a left thoracotomy.
Swab, another one.
Spreader at the ready.
No, it's punctured the heart.
-Suture, come on!
-Is he even salvageable?
Mr Jordan, the patient is dead.
Shall I call it or...?
Cadmus has stabilised!
-Not the best bloody timing!
-You all right?
Look, we did everything we could.
-You did everything you could.
-Tell that to Stevie...
Sometimes doing everything we can just isn't good enough.
I should have stayed with Stevie until the police got here.
You're not Superman.
All we can do is our best and most of the time that's good enough.
Yeah, and sometimes it isn't.
But most of the time it is and that's what we should focus on.
Lloyd, you're a brilliant nurse.
Hey, budge up.
But you don't think I could be a superhero?
All right, you can be my superhero! Does that make you feel any better?
Whoa, what you doing?
I'm sorry, Yvonne.
This wasn't your fault.
Look, look I know we both labour under the illusion
that we can right every wrong.
No-one could have seen this coming.
Well, you did.
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