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If I were you, I'd do an ECG test to confirm the pregnancy.
You were going to tell me something earlier. What is it?
We can't have drugs running through this place like it's a pharmacy.
A son waiting for you on the outside.
How good does that look in front of a parole panel?
Who gave the orders to end visits?
-This is really going to wind them up.
I want the rest of my visit! I want to see my girl.
I got Marshall here, we got chest pains.
I am bringing him down to you now.
-We got a call out. 50-something male.
-I'm coming in.
Highly irregular, Thomas. Highly irregular.
The ambulance has arrived for Peter Marshall,
so can you log it in and clear them for entry to sick bay?
It's getting lively, boss.
Just let me know if that toe rag starts getting out of hand.
I've had enough trouble from the governor today.
I'll take care of it.
You should have handed that in.
-Yeah, well, I didn't.
Look, just put it away, will you.
He's right, you know, you can't trust anyone in here.
-Thank you, gentleman.
-The place is full of thieves.
'Hi, this is Tom. Leave me a message.'
Tom, I thought you'd be back by now. Let me know what's happening.
-Do you know were Tom is? He's late.
-He's meant to be on his way in.
SHE BREATHES UNSTEADILY
Robyn, wheelchair. I'm going to sit you in here.
-I'm her sister. Can I go with her?
-Sit all the way back.
She keeps being sick and she's got a headache, a really bad headache.
How long have you been feeling like this?
-A few days.
-Which is it?
Well, she's been sick off and on for a while,
but this headache...
-How long would you say, Mol?
-About a week.
Have you seen your doctor about it?
No. I wasn't sure what time they had a surgery,
and Mum and Dad are away for the day.
Middle cubicle and can you start a care plan for this patient, please?
Tess, everything OK?
Er...I just got a message from the father.
So you've told him?
-No. And I don't intend to.
-He doesn't want a baby.
-You know that?
You've talked it through with him?
Yes. No. But...believe me, I know it.
-Righto. Thanks, mate.
-Hi, guys, this way.
This is Peter Marshall. He's been having severe chest pains
and shortness of breath for 40 minutes.
-He's had his angina spray and aspirin.
-Have you done an ECG?
That's not working. We're waiting for it to be fixed.
-I know he has a heart condition.
-You do? How?
Just take my word for it.
OK, I'll grab a monitor.
You came back. Thanks.
Was there any blood in the vomit?
NURSE: Hi, can I have a prison officer escort please to take
Peter Marshal to hospital?
I'm saying that this could get out of hand.
Tell him I'll give him an another visit.
Yeah, well, I don't think that's going to do much good.
Then just calm him down and keep me informed.
I'll try. Are you still wanting to see me, ma'am?
Leave it for now.
I just wanted to let you know we've had a tip off -
there's a drug supply coming in today.
-So keep your eyes peeled.
-Yeah, right. I will do.
-How did he sound?
-Do you still think it was him?
Don't know. But Corrigan's getting his drugs from someone.
MAN: I want the rest of my visit. I want to see my girl.
It took three months to set up.
I didn't have all my visit and I'm not happy.
Oi, let me go. Bring the governor down here now.
You think it's clever, man.
You think you can stop me seeing my girl and there be no
consequences. Well, you're wrong, man. I know my rights.
All right! Shut up! Shut up. Watch yourselves.
Shut up, Lewis.
Al. I've got Marshall in sick bay, he's got chest pains.
An ambulance has come to pick him up so can you go and oversee if for me?
Shut up! Everybody back to your cells. Shut up!
What are you doing? What you doing?
Bring the governor down. Bring the governor down.
I don't care what you want. You don't get what you want.
I get what I want. I'm the one in charge.
Let me fight it.
Lewis isn't the violent type.
Given the right circumstances, they can all be a bit violent.
It's a way of letting off steam.
Sometimes I feel like going a bit mental myself.
Trick is not to let them get to that point.
Go all PC and softly, softly.
-I'm not saying that.
-You have to let them know who's in charge.
Yeah. I'm just worried that if we don't contain this,
we won't be the ones in charge - it'll be them.
So lock down the wing.
And risk making it worse, Jack?
OK. Give me an immediate update.
-Still no Tom?
-He's very late.
Neuro obs are fine, temperature is OK, BP normal.
She says she's had this headache for five or six weeks.
Right, Molly, whereabouts is the pain?
And is it always there or does it come and go?
It comes and goes.
Is there anything that makes it worse,
-like light or noise?
-Nothing like that.
And what about your eyesight?
-Do you ever get blurred vision or dots?
You have told your mum and dad about this, haven't you?
Our dad just lost his job. She didn't want to worry them.
They should know. We'll give them a call,
tell them you're here and we're trying to get to the bottom of it.
No. I'll ring them. I'll do it. I'll be back in a minute. OK, Moll.
OK, Molly. I'm going to get a doctor to look at you.
What do you think? About her headaches?
Not sure. Could be a virus. or migraine, tension headache.
The fact it's been going on so long is worrying.
Brandon, it's me. Listen, we're at the hospital.
We'll be back as soon as we can, all right?
If you get tired, have a sleep, yeah. See you soon.
DISTANT SIRENS, BARKING
What made you come back?
I heard a man was having chest pains,
and I did what any doctor would do.
-So you didn't know it was me?
-We have ST elevation.
-What's that mean?
It means there's a distinct possibility you're having a heart attack.
We need to get him in the ambulance.
We need an escort first. They're organising one now.
Unless he's Superman, I don't think he'll be running anywhere.
-Rules are rules.
-I'll get the trolley.
That doesn't look good.
How do you think he knows him? Al Capone?
I don't know. But it's your job to find out.
-Because I'm going to get the trolley.
Listen, Tom, how do you know...?
He's my father.
I was adopted. I never even knew him before today.
OK. Mate, I think you need to let me handle this.
You shouldn't really be here. If anything goes pear shaped...
Jeff. He's my father. he's having a heart attack.
I'm not just going to stand and watch.
Get back. You are going to get your punishment.
I want you banged up.
Every single one of you, I want you banged up now.
None of you are going to get...
Jeff, morphine and cyclizine, please.
I'm glad you came to see me.
And I'm glad I've seen what a success you've made of your life.
So it was for the best you had me adopted then, was it?
Look at me and look at you.
I'd say it was for the best.
I just wish I'd got in touch sooner, that's all.
Rather than wait until you had a parole hearing coming up.
Think what you like. I messed my life up. You didn't.
That's what's important.
I just wish your mum could have seen you, that's all.
What was it like, the relationship between you two?
Good. Really good. We had ups and downs like anyone else.
-You have arguments?
Where they aggressive?
-Did you hit her?
Tom, I don't think this is the right place.
-Well, did you?
PETER GASPS AND MOANS
You OK? I feel a bit...not here.
His blood pressure's dropping. He's becoming bradycardic.
Right, where's this escort? We got to run.
I'm just trying to find the governor.
-We've got to run now!
-OK. OK, yeah.
Weapons on the landing!
Keep moving. Keep moving!
Give 'em it! Screws. Yeah!
Easy back! Get back!
If we don't do something soon, someone is going to get hurt.
OK. Pull our officers out and lock down the wing.
We should have done it sooner.
Maybe but maybe if we hadn't have cancelled visiting rights
for prisoners who hadn't done anything wrong,
then we wouldn't have had to lock it down at all.
They're locking down the wing. We have to get out.
Where's Dixie with the trolley?
-They won't let her in. Why won't they let her in?
-I don't know.
We need our escort now.
Brandon, did you get my message? Call me back, please.
You OK? Yeah. Yeah.
If you want, I can ring your parents for you, if it's easier.
No. I've already rung them.
-They're in London, they're just heading back now.
TANNOY: 'All officers, stand down and retreat.'
We're going to have to instigate Tornado. Get me HQ on the line.
I need you on the ground, Jack. Bronze command.
Are you sure you want me?
We all make mistakes, Jack. It comes with the territory.
Don't be stupid, Lewis.
You asked for this.
This door is double locked.
Now get back to your cell. I want no more conversation. Now.
Open the door. Open it! I know my rights.
I want my visit.
-Try sick bay.
Prisoners are coming into the sick bay.
-Someone needs to unlock the door now.
-What's going on?
We need to get out!
They're coming in, they're coming in!
SCREAMS AND SHOUTS
Get out, get out.
Tom, we've got to go!
I can't. I have just started the drugs.
Hey. He's really ill, he needs drugs.
I need the drugs.
Look, he's seriously ill. I need the drugs.
Behave yourself, eh.
-Double lock the doors, please.
-Sorry, who are you?
Jack Wood, deputy governor.
-He stayed with the doctor.
-You left him?
He wouldn't leave the prisoner.
You can't just leave him! You have to go back.
Message for Victor One. We have a situation in the sick bay.
And somebody better do something sharpish.
-We're not going anywhere now, mate.
-What are we going to do?
There's nothing we can do. They're barricading us in.
Look, I understand this whole protocol procedure thing.
But this is different. When was the last time you had a paramedic
and a doctor locked on the wrong side of the door? My guess is never.
What am I supposed to do?
Storm the place and risk them getting them killed?
Right. Can I speak to your governor, please?
I need to let my control know what's going on and maybe
-I can explain to him.
Her. Right well, maybe I can explain to her the
medical procedure regarding our patient, yeah.
-OK, better come with me.
DISTANT SHOUTS AND BANGING
You guys shouldn't be here. What's wrong with him?
He's had a heart attack.
If we don't do something, he might die.
He's a good bloke. One of us, you know what I mean?
What do you need?
I need the drugs those guys took.
The paramedics are at the jail,
but we don't know what the situation is, I'm afraid.
I'm telling you this, so we're not caught on the hop.
This could be something, could be nothing.
We could be looking at a major incident. All right.
I'll keep you informed.
My first riot!
I've got this sudden urge to sing a Johnny Cash number.
-Johnny Cash, you know.
(SINGING) # San Quentin, I hate every inch of you... #
-No? Ask Charlie. He was probably there.
-Aren't you worried about your uncle?
-What do you mean?
Didn't you hear what Charlie said about the paramedics at the prison?
That's Dixie and Jeff?
-It's answer machine.
-Don't worry. I'm sure he'll be fine.
Hello, Jeff. It's Jamie.
Charlie, have you seen Tom?
No, should I have?
No, it's just he's visiting someone today at the prison.
-Right, I'll let you know if I do.
Tess. Molly Fisher, the 11-year-old.
She's apyrexial, no photophobia, rash or neck stiffness -
so that rules out meningitis.
It could still be viral. What worries me most
is the fact that she says no-one else in the household has it.
And she also said it sometimes gets worse at certain times.
What does that mean? Any help?
Yeah...it seems to get better at school.
Tess, do...do you need a break?
Five minutes or something?
The less time I spend with my own thoughts, the better.
But you have got a lot to think about.
I mean, there are options, you know what I am saying.
What I mean is, just don't back yourself into a corner.
-Come with me now.
I did a deal. Those drugs for your help.
-Are you serious?
-Someone got hit by one of the screws.
-What you doing?
-What you got a better idea?
This way, yeah? You better lead the way, mate.
-Leave go take it easy, will you.
-Get off him. He's here to help Ryan.
I'm here to help. Get off me.
Get off him, man.
What is this? I'm here to help! All right, all right, get off me.
-Get off him.
-What is this?
All right, mate. I'm Jeff. Son, I'm Jeff. I'm a paramedic.
-Can you tell me your name?
-OK. Ryan, let's have a look at you, mate.
-How is he?
I don't know! I need to have a look, OK.
It's a head injury. They look worse than they are.
What's going on over there?
This is madness!
SHOUTING AND CLAPPING
Wait! Wait, wait, wait! I got kids. I got a family.
They are not going to throw him off, are they?
Someone's got to do something.
Is he dead?
It's hard to tell. He's not moving.
Right. What is this?
Oi, careful. Oi, stop it.
All right, mind yourself! Mind yourself.
DIXIE: No, this is out of control. You've got to get my guys out now.
Tornado's probably a couple of hours off happening.
Prison officers from other prisons, trained in riot control.
They'll take back the prison.
-Is there no other way into the sick bay?
These doors here and here are double locked.
If we try to open either one without being fully prepared,
they could take the whole prison.
-I can't risk that.
-There must be something we can do.
Surely you're on radio contact with your partner?
Not any more I'm not, no.
Tom. Tom has got a phone on him.
Can I have an outside line, please? Thank you very much.
Tom. It's me, Dixie. Are you OK?
Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. Look, it's Peter.
I need to get him out.
-Can he walk?
Tom. This is Carol Walcott.
We've got an officer down in A wing.
I need him and the prisoner to get out of here.
That's not going to happen.
You're going to have to try to strike a deal with an inmate.
Tell them, if they help, their sentences won't be extended.
You'll find someone to bite. Just pick the right man.
I'll come in. No prison officers. Just me.
Dixie, you're not in here.
The chances are, they'll just take you as well.
I'm willing to risk that.
I'll give you a call when I have something.
What do you think you're doing?
Have you got any better ideas?
Just sit down. You sit down over here.
It's OK. I got you. Don't move.
OK. Don't move. Keep still.
I just need to exam you, all right. Oi!
Where are the drugs, Mitton?
I'm trying to help.
Here's your gear, boss.
I believe this is mine.
Oi, he is not a screw, man. What are you doing?
This has gone too far. I need it to stop now. OK?
Do you think this is good for business, eh?
You started this. End it.
Tess, can I have some help in here, please?
Put the back down.
OK, Molly. We're here.
-Let's get her on her side.
-Just try and stay calm.
What's the matter with her?
-We're not sure. Has she ever had a fit before?
Let's get her through to Resus, CT scan ASAP.
-Contact her parents. They need to be here.
You OK? What?
I'm just asking if you were OK.
Yes, I'm fine. Fine.
Have you been upsetting her?
No. I just asked if she was OK and she turned into a piranha.
There's obviously something wrong. Did you ask what it was?
No. I didn't want to intrude.
She probably wanted you to intrude and you didn't,
that's why she ripped your head off. Come on, Noel, it's basic psychology.
Leave it to me. I'll sort it out.
-Louise. I just...
-Do me a favour, Mac.
Disappear before I say something I'll regret,
something you'll have to take with you to your grave.
-Basic psychology, eh?
I need to get this patient out.
He's not the only one.
There's a screw in a bad way and they've put your mate on trial.
Trial? What you on about?
They think he's been sent to spy on them.
-They're holding a kangaroo court.
-He came in here to help.
-Looks like you are in trouble, mate.
-If we are, so are you too.
You really think they are going to let you kick off like this
and not do anything?
I might be able to do something. You know, for a price.
He's gone into complete heart block.
Can't you do something?
After this, he'll have had all his atropine.
-Is that good or bad?
-I'm going to have to do pacing.
Look, mate. I haven't a clue what you're talking about.
Listen, I need to get him out of here fast. So what do you want?
Do I ask you what you watch on your phone?
No. So don't you ask me, OK?
Robyn, we need the number for Molly Fisher's parents.
-I don't have it.
-You went out with her sister, didn't you get it then?
No. I don't know if she even phoned.
I think she might be lying to us.
-Why didn't you say something sooner?
-Because she did phone but...
Use your brain, that's what it's there for!
I'll sort it out myself, as usual.
-Tense or what?
-Wrong time of the month?
-At her age, I don't think so.
I think that's their number.
You think? Don't you have it in your phone?
-Yeah, that's their number.
-Tess, I got her scans.
-No, nothing at all.
-So we're still none of the wiser.
They are hiding something. I'm going to ring the parents myself.
OK. OK, yeah.
Yeah, I understand, Tom. Just hang on a second. Lewis Gailbraith?
-He was the one that started all this.
-Right, he'll deal.
He'll bring the prisoner and officer out
and he'll give you A wing's biggest drug dealer.
In exchange for what?
No extra time and a move to somewhere nearer his home.
Lads, this isn't the best idea, is it?
He works in a hospital.
-Stay out of it.
-He's not a screw, is he!
Stay out of it.
Guilty or not guilty?
Oi, what you think you are doing? He works in a hospital.
He's not a screw. Leave him alone, man!
What are you doing? You're all on camera.
They're watching everything you're doing.
You got lucky with me, I'm alive. But if you harm him,
then they'll come at you with everything you have got.
One of us sick, next door. He needs to go in there and help him.
Isn't that right, Mr Corrigan?
We got to make sure these guys are OK.
You all right?
Yeah, I will be, if we ever get out of here.
OK, mate, take your time. Sit down for me.
OK, put that on your head. Keep some pressure on it.
How is he?
Been pacing. Stabilised now but still touch and go.
I'd say he's got an hour, max, unless we can get him out of here.
Louise, I've been observing you.
It's just, I take pride in knowing my colleagues well enough
to tell when...something's wrong.
The only thing that's wrong with me is having to put up with
people pestering me, asking me what's wrong.
That's what's wrong with her - biorhythms.
-I studied them once.
I trained myself to be able to spot them with the naked eye.
-What are they?
Two casualties have just arrived from the nick.
Is there's going to be more?
Yes, there's another ambulance on the way in.
It's just, my brother's in there
and I'm really hoping he's done nothing stupid.
Right, I will see what I can find out.
Hi, baby. It's me.
Listen, Rochelle, things could get bad here, that's why I called you.
If I can get out of this, it'll be the last time.
I promise, baby. See you.
Come on, Lewis. I need to speak to my partner now.
Give me that.
COMMOTION IN DISTANCE
I'm going to need your help.
Tom, I'm sorry.
I lied to you. I'm sorry I lied to you.
What are you talking about?
The reason I'm in here is not cos I killed a fence.
It was a woman I killed,
a woman I was living with at the time.
I didn't mean to do it, it was a knife.
You don't have to do this.
I'll get one of our officers to put your jacket on.
No. If I did that, I'd never hear the end of it.
You in the front. In through that door from there.
Everybody else, nice and tight behind them.
I'm glad to see you.
-You all right, sweet?
-Yeah, you? Go, go, go.
Go, go, go, go, go.
All right, mate, listen.
When he says, grab a leg and lift him, all right.
Yeah. On three, OK. Ready, everyone. One, two, three. Go.
-Go, go, go.
-Get him. OK. On. Got some oxygen, Tom?
-OK, fella, let's go.
Got it? Don't mess about, Tom, don't mess about.
On the move, please. Go.
-Got to move now, Tom.
-Watch that bag.
-Get it open.
-Open the gate!
OK, Tornado, here they come.
Tornado, they're out. Go, go, go.
The number you gave me is disconnected.
It'll have run out of credit. It's a pay-as-you-go.
Chelsea, your sister is very poorly.
It's very important we contact your parents.
I've told you, they're on their way.
I don't believe you. What's going on, Chelsea?
Molly, are your headaches worse at home?
Right, is there anyone else at home that gets these headaches?
-Brandon gets them.
-Brandon? Who's Brandon?
It's OK, Molly, you can tell us. Who's Brandon?
Because if he's getting the headaches as well,
he could be as poorly as you.
He's my brother.
Dr Hanna. The first casualties from the prison are here
and Charlie needs you.
OK, you stay with Tess.
Chelsea, it's time to tell the truth.
Where are your parents and where's Brandon?
-He's with my mum and dad.
-And how old is he?
Chelsea, Molly has told us that Brandon gets headaches.
If so, we need to get him to see a doctor. Where are they?
Brandon's not with my mum and dad.
He's at home...by himself.
-What's the damage?
-They're all out.
That's something. Listen, Jack. Thanks for going with it.
I wouldn't have done it like that. I'd have gone in all guns blazing.
But it was a good call. You got it spot-on.
Thanks. Is he going to be all right?
Yeah. Yeah, we hope so.
-OK, we all set to pace?
-OK, good. We got capture. We need to get going now, Dix.
Come on, Dixie, Jeff is going with Mitton.
What you going to do?
I don't know yet.
There's only us that know. Can't we just keep it at that?
Not really that easy.
Today was my last time, I promise.
Corrigan can be really devious.
He's got a load of inmates that he uses.
There was this kid. Just 18. First time offender.
Way out of his depth. He asks if I could get him
some extra fags and some chocolate. Said if I did that
he'd get me tickets to a premiership game. My boy, he really loved it.
So you're running drugs?
Yeah, before I know it, Corrigan is using it to blackmail me.
And fags and chocolate, well, they become smack and speed.
Maybe you should have thought about that before you stepped
-out of line in the first place.
-Yeah, but it's easy for you to say.
You're not stuck there 24 hours a day, cooped up, being paid peanuts.
Let's not get into who gets paid what. I work for the NHS.
Look, I made a mistake, all right. I wish I hadn't.
But, if I get caught, not only am I going to lose my job,
but my kids...they are going to lose a father.
You all right?
OK, come on, Peter. Take it easy.
-Is that entirely necessary?
-It really is.
He's not going anywhere, is he?
He's all right, mate. He's safe. He's not going anywhere.
-Resus, go, go, go.
Let's have you out, mate, nice and slowly. Take your time.
Can you grab that chair, please?
Quick as you can, mate. I want to get him in.
He's not looking too clever.
Slowly, slowly. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
-OK, far bed, Dixie.
-What have we got?
Peter Marshall. 59.
He's been suffering chest pains for the last three hours.
He's had GTN and 300 of aspirin from the nurse in situ.
Hang on, we need to get the handcuffs off. Where's the guard?
Guard! Right, can you un-cuff him, please?
A 12-lead ECG showed elevation in the inferior leads.
Right, can we get him over, please? On three. One, two, three.
OK, he's had three of atropine and five of morphine.
His heart went into complete block.
Let's get another 12-lead and alert the cardiology SPR and the cath lab.
He'll need a primary PCI as well.
Peter, can you hear me? How you feeling?
-Do you have any pain still?
OK, let's give him five of morphine please. Quick as we can.
He is now on external. I think he's going to need a temporary
pacing wire before his PCI.
OK. Can someone wake up the cardiologist, please?
Tom. Tom. Don't go, please.
You're all I've got.
He's got a significant head injury and was KO'd
and he's refused all spinal care.
It looks like you have a fractured collar bone and severe bruising
to the back and side. Can you tell me what happened?
-You don't want to know.
-Well, it might help things if I did know.
Can we get my wife on the phone? I want to speak to her, please.
Of course. We'll contact her for you.
Jamie, could you start cleaning up his head wound,
-and get him up onto the bed, please?
Back in a sec.
You're back. You OK?
-Yeah, just about.
Well, when they locked the door, we were on the wrong side.
Talk about the lunatics taking over the asylum.
What about your father? How did that go?
He killed someone, Sam.
A woman he was living with, he stabbed her.
You don't think you're like him? No. Tom...
So why did you make me to go and see him?
I thought you were angry because you didn't know why you'd been adopted.
Not because I thought you'd inherited some kind of destructive gene.
David. Are you OK?
Where am I? I need to be at work?
Whoa! OK. OK.
Jamie, can you order a CT scan? Get on to it. Tell them it's urgent.
Tom, do you know what happened to him?
He was thrown over a balcony. Like I said, lunatics.
OK. Brandon's five, she's given me an address.
Whether it's the right one or not, who knows?
He's on his own. Right, we need to sort this out. Dixie, are you free?
Yeah. Jeff's just getting patched up.
-I need you to do us a favour. Will you get the sister?
There is a five-year-old boy home alone. Will you check it out?
He's had boiling water poured on his head and arm during the riot.
I think he's was lucky.
The burns look superficial with only small areas of blistering.
Right, well, let's dress them down here and I'll call plastics
to come down and take a look.
-Just wanted to see how you were doing.
Hey, we got out because of you.
Hey, can you do me a favour?
I need to call my woman. Tell her I'm not dead.
But they won't let me.
We got out, didn't we? Nobody died.
Listen. Let me see what I can do, OK.
Lead on, kid. You still with us, Norman?
Right behind you.
Got your iron lung?
Brandon, it's only me.
LIGHT SWITCH CLICKS
-They're not working.
Molly and Brandon sleep in the same room.
Brandon gets scared of the dark.
Whose is this room?
Mum and Dad's. Brandon's in here.
-Doesn't looked lived in.
-He's here, mate.
Out of the way, love.
There's tape on that flue. Could be a CO leak.
Better get him out.
Is he going to be all right? Please, let him be all right.
-Let's just get you downstairs.
Come on, my darling. I got you. I got you. OK.
-OK. Come on, Chelsea. Keep going for me, please, love.
OK, you know what. I'm just going to have a little look at him, OK.
Let's mind out the way, please.
OK. Good boy. Let's have a look.
Let's see. He's still breathing.
What's the matter with him?
At a guess, it's carbon monoxide poisoning.
-Dodgy landlord, dodgy boiler, eh.
(CRYING) I'm so sorry, Brandon. I'm so sorry.
I shouldn't have left you. I shouldn't.
Do you want to tell me what's going on, Chelsea?
I was just trying to keep us together.
What, you, Molly and Brandon? Where's your mum and dad?
Where are they, Chelsea? Did they have to go away?
Our dad left. Five years ago.
Right, where's your mum?
She had cancer and she...
I tried. I really tried.
All right, darling. It's OK. It's all right, love.
-I've been so worried about you. You're OK, yeah?
-Come here. Oh.
-It's all right.
Look after yourself, promise me.
OK. Oh, it's Mark, he's OK.
So your brother is a prison officer then?
Yeah. What, did you think he was a criminal?
BOTH: No. No.
-This is Brandon Fisher.
-Whoa, whoa, whoa.
He is five years old.
Found unconscious on his bed, with a GCS of four.
I strongly suspect carbon monoxide poisoning. I've got him
on 100% O2 but he is not showing much sign of improvement.
Let's get him straight through to Resus.
We've got an anaesthetist standing by.
OK, there was no dad present at the scene and mum died about a year ago.
-A year ago!
Chelsea's been looking after the younger two.
Didn't want them splitting up. So she lied about her age,
filled in the forms, paid the rent, got lost in the system.
OK, can we get him over, please, boys and girls. Nice and gently.
Everyone got a bit? ALL: Yeah. On three. One, two, three.
There we go. All right. Thank you.
I'll give social services a call.
Thanks, Tess, I think she'll be relieved.
-I take it things got worse then.
-No. This was an accident.
I went on the wing after they'd decided they'd had enough.
Check the damage. Water all over the floor and I slipped.
The nurse thinks it's broken, so here I am.
-Right, well, I'll get you checked out.
So who is looking after the gaff then?
Jack. I thought it would be best for both of us.
He's a bit old school, if you ask me.
There's an unspoken agreement between the screws and the inmates.
There's a set of rules and we both stick to.
If someone breaks them, days like today happen.
-So who broke the rules?
What did he do?
He cancelled visiting.
You don't have to beat anyone up or deprive them of food.
You just have to cancel visiting. It's all a balancing act.
Do you know where Dave Mitton is,
the prison officer who came in with your partner?
Tom. Dave Mitton, the prison officer, do you know where he is?
Yeah, he's in theatre. He's got a subdural hematoma.
How is he?
His chances aren't great. I've just had to call his wife.
That's tough. So what happens now?
If he dies, we're looking at a murder charge. If he lives,
we'll have to see if he's fit enough to stand trial.
Trial, what for?
Our friend Dave has been smuggling in drugs.
I don't get it, you're a prison officer and you smuggle in drugs.
There is one other thing. Lewis Gailbraith.
I'm upholding my end of the bargain. He'll get relocated.
Great, but we wouldn't have got out without him and he is asking
for permission to call his girlfriend
and he is saying he's not allowed.
-I think we can make an exception, just this once.
Permission from the boss.
One call. Cheers.
Jamie. Will you do me a favour, can you look after this patient, please?
-Star treatment - she's had a really tough day.
Thanks for what you did today.
We're all on the same side, aren't we?
Do you fancy a drink sometime?
-Yeah. Yeah, I'm up for that.
-It's a date. I'll call you.
-But you haven't got my number.
-I'll think you'll find I have.
They've taken her onto a ward.
I'll get someone to show you where she is.
Social services will want to speak with you.
Listen, Chelsea, the good news is that we saved him.
We got there in time. We've given him some special oxygen
and we are confident that Brandon will make a full recovery.
I messed up. I got it all wrong.
No, you just did what you thought was the right thing to do.
Come on, let's get you a drink of something.
How is he?
As well as can be expected after what he's been through.
-What's his connection with Tom?
-He's his dad.
I didn't see that one coming.
Tess, how is she?
-I think she is going to be fine.
-And you? How are you?
Bit numb, really.
What you going to do?
I can't keep it, Zoe. I just can't.
Do I know you?
No, but I know your son.
And the reason he came to see you is because I asked him to.
Well, thanks. At least I got to see him.
I also know the only reason you wrote to him
is because you have a parole hearing coming up.
Well, that's true.
But I'd wanted to do it for a long time.
I just didn't have the courage.
Anyway...even if I never see him again, I'm glad he came.
I needed to tell him the truth. I needed to say sorry.
MONITOR BEEPS RAPIDLY
He's arrested. Can I have some help here, please?
He's in VF.
We've got this, Tom.
He's arrested and he is still in VF.
OK, let's get ready to shock, guys. OK, charge to 200.
All clear. Shock.
Still in VF. Go again.
Charge to 200.
OK, Sam. Karen, could you take over massage, please?
Can we get 1mg of adrenaline, please?
And he will need to back to the cath lab.
Chelsea, this is Juliet. She is going to be your social worker.
She will look after you.
Hey, Chelsea. Come on, it's OK. Thank you.
Come on, let's get you sorted.
Do you think you will see him again?
I don't know. I don't know what I'll do.
He may not even recover.
I should never have asked you to go.
Yes, you should.
I know I have problems, Sam. I know I do.
But now, meeting him...
I know the only way is for me to figure it out by myself.
And understanding him isn't going to help me do that.
I need to know who I am. Not who he is.
Are you sure you want to do that?
Yeah, yeah, I do.
Well, maybe I can try to help.
Having me around might make things easier.
Jeff. Are you all right?
Yeah. Just a few cuts and bruises, that's all.
-I was worried about you.
Aw! Nice to be cared about, isn't it?
It wasn't that, it's just, I fancied a pint
and didn't want you to get out of the way.
No chance. Come on then.
What a day!
So calm out here and crazy in there.
Tess! Tess! Wait up!
Sometimes I wonder how Tess does it. Nothing ever fazes her!
I don't know. Good friends and keeping life simple.
Yeah, sometimes I wish my life had been simpler.
Complications are good.
Will you always think like that?
Wow, slow it down.
I'm Dr Lily Chao. I have an appointment with Dr Hanna.
Leave him alone.
You don't look a bit like a Dixie.
No, what do I look like then?
If one thing doesn't work, you try another
and if nothing works, they die. Absolute.
Smith. Tony Smith.
I am not trying to arrest you, I am trying to help you.
-If he's Tony Smith, I'm Lady Gaga.
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