Mick is shocked by what he sees. Stacey receives some alarming news.
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CRASHING GLASS SHATTERS
MUFFLED CRIES FOR HELP
SHE BREATHES RAGGEDLY
SHE CRIES SOFTLY
SHOUTING AND YELLING
What are you doing, mate? Come and help people.
You all right?
You all right? Yeah? Go on, go over there, go over there.
Can anyone help? Can you help this lady?
Can anyone help?
-Where's Kush? I can't find Kush!
Johnny! Johnny, come here! Come here. You all right?
Where's... Where's Whitney? Where's Babe?
Trace and Babe are in the pub - they're all right, OK?
Whitney's in town. Go. Go on, go, go.
You all right?
I don't know which service! All of them!
No, a bus has crashed through the market!
Louise! Louise, Louise! You're all right. Louise!
The stairs are blocked!
Don't waste your time on them!
We need to get off the bus - it's going to blow up!
Shrimpy! You all right?
Yeah, I think so. It just came out of nowhere.
Jane! Jane! Stay in there with Louie!
-There's kids on the bus, look!
-There's kids on the bus!
Vincent! Vincent, can you see the driver?
Argh, I can't!
There's someone in there but he's not moving!
Hey, mate! Oi, oi, oi!
-Mum! Mum! You all right? You hurt?
-I can't get out. No, I'm fine.
Look, just stay inside, OK?
Call 999, tell them the bridge has been hit and they've got to stop the trains. OK?
TRAIN CLATTERS ON TRACK
What's the matter with your face?
I feel bad about pulling a sickie.
I should be out on my bike now, doing deliveries.
-Like that lad.
Blimey. It comes to something when SHE can follow my train of thought.
Ian! Ian! Is everyone all right?!
Yes, look, there's been a crash!
A bus has crashed into the bridge.
Uh, uh, Bridge Street, Walford.
Yeah...it's the bridge where the Tubes go over.
You need to stop the trains!
We're going to get you down, we're going to get you down.
Jack, we've got go get these kids down.
-Just wait there, wait there, we'll get you...
-It's going to blow up!
Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait!
THEY GASP I told you to wait. What's the matter with you? Wait.
There's nothing to it. Shaks, get out before it blows up!
-Bruv, I'm not leaving the girls!
No! Shaki, get off the bus!
My baby! Get him down! Somebody help my baby!
-Shut her up!
'Sorry about that, ladies and gentlemen.
'I'm afraid we're being held at a red signal.
'I don't have any more information.
'Hopefully, we'll be moving shortly.'
I look good in red.
Oh, give me strength.
Is she on the bus?
Denise! Denise! Mind her head!
Lower yourself over the side, slowly.
-We'll get you down.
All right! Slowly, slowly, slowly!
-Oh, no, she's bleeding!
-I've got it, I've got it!
She's bleeding! Denise! Denise!
-What you doing?!
Whoa, whoa, whoa!
There's people jumping off the back of the bus!
The whole market's ruined - you've got to hurry!
-Get her in the Vic!
-Shrimpy! Shrimpy! Have you seen Donna?
I can't find her.
Louise, listen to me, OK? We cannot stay here, we've got to go!
-Louise, come on, you're OK, it's OK.
-No, I can't! I can't!
-You've got to get out the way!
-Louise, you've got to move your legs so Bex can get out! Come on.
Move your legs. Come on! Here we go. That's the way.
-W-What are YOU going to do?
-I'll get Louise out! Go!
All right? I'm going to get you out.
-Kush, mate, you all right?
-Yeah, yeah, yeah, I must have blacked out.
Mate, you don't look good.
I'm fine, I'm fine.
Have you seen Donna?
-Bex, it's OK, all right? It's going to be fine.
-No, no, it's too high.
-No, it's OK, all right?
Just don't even think about it, OK? You can do this.
-I can't do it!
-Yes, you can. Just swing your legs out.
-You can do it, OK?
-Come on, baby, come on.
-You can do it.
Don't let go! Shaki, Shaki, don't let go, please!
I've got you, all right?
-Roll your leg over.
-That's it. Go slowly, go slowly.
-Shaki, Shaki, don't let go!
-We got ya.
-I've got you, I've got you.
Come on. Bex, let go, let go.
-SHAKIL AND BEX: One, two, three.
-Ooh. Here, here!
-You all right? You sure?
-Whoa. You all right?
-Where were you? I couldn't find you.
Are you OK, Mum? You all right, you not hurt? No?
Yeah, I'm fine, I'm fine. Shaki's on the bus.
We've got to get him off!
Help me up!
I've got you, I've got you.
-I've got you.
I-I'll get you a chair, yeah?
-Where's my dad?
-Your dad? He's, um, got to be here somewhere.
-Where is he?
-I'm going to find something to open these doors, all right?
It's OK, Denise, it's all right.
We're going to get you out!
POP MUSIC PLAYS
Martin. It's only me. When you've finished your little strop,
will you give me a call back? I want know what you want for dinner.
Help, help, help! I need help!
It's Martin - he's trapped under there.
-Here you go, mate.
-Dad, Dad! Where's Shirley?
-Anyone seen Shirley Carter?
I saw her this morning, mate, with Tina and the old girl. They were heading for the Tube.
-We can't just wait in here.
-But Ian said...
Never mind what Ian said. Let's go out the back.
Come on, everyone! Let's go!
You all right? Where's Louise?
She's still up there.
It's all right. You're going to be OK. We've got you.
-No, don't leave me, Shaki!
-Shaki, please don't leave me!
-Come on, listen. Everyone's down there.
-I can't! I can't! I can't do it!
Oh, my God!
-We have to help them!
-Help me! It's Denise!
PHONE RINGS Mum!
Listen to me. Just keep looking at me, all right?
I'm going to lower you down and they're going to catch you.
Yeah? Louise, Louise, you can do this.
-You can. You can.
Now, come on. Let's do this. You can do this. Go on. Come on.
Don't look down. Just look at me.
Keep looking in my eyes and we'll lower you over, yeah?
Now, lift your leg up, come on. Just get it over.
-We'll get you down! Just stay calm.
-Lift this leg over.
Come on, you can do it. I've got you.
There you go. I've got you, all right? You're safe, I've got you.
Give my your hand.
I've got it, all right? You ready?
Just slowly, slowly, slowly.
He's over here!
-No, get him out!
-I've already tried. Where's the emergency services?
There's a pile-up on the ring road - they can't get through.
HE MUTTERS Sh.
Martin is trapped under the bus.
-Have you seen Stacey?
-KNOCKING ON DOOR KATHY:
I hate it when we stop in a tunnel.
Here, Mum. Look, see? You, me, Shirley.
She probably don't even recognise herself.
Yes, she does. Mum, who's that?
You think she's worse than she is.
You ever think about the future? About getting old?
I ain't going to end up like that. I'd rather do a Peggy Mitchell.
-Do you think we'll still be together?
You'll be living with some dolly bird.
Oh, yeah, right. Cos they're all lining up.
Since Sonia, I might as well wear a T-shirt that says
"closed for business".
Get me one while you're at it.
I'd like it if we WERE still living together.
I know that you've got Mick and the family...
Look, can you see Lady Linda looking after me
when I'm sitting there dribbling?
We need to get a couple of them mobility scooters and go round terrorising the neighbourhood.
'Just to let you know, we've been held here.
'There's been an incident a couple of stops away.
'Once I have any more information, I'll let you know.'
An incident? Like a terror attack?
No! Like some selfish sod throwing themselves on the tracks.
I need to go.
Yeah, we're not going anywhere, Mum. We're stuck in a tunnel.
I need to go.
Oh, no, no, no, Mum. Mum, Mum,
you're going to have to hold on, OK?
She needs to go all the time at the moment.
Don't look at me. This little trip weren't my idea.
I'll be back, love, don't worry!
Now, just put that on there, very gently, that's right.
Somebody will be with you in a minute.
There you are - there's the bandages.
It's been over five minutes! There's people injured.
Look, someone's trapped under the bus!
-Just hurry up.
-What's it like out there?
-Has anyone seen a little boy?!
-How old is he?
-He was next to me one minute...
-It's all right, it's all right, we'll find him.
Honey, give me a hand, will you?
-Here you go. Good swig of this.
Pay me when you're done.
-She was under a stall. Look, can you watch over her, please?
I gotta go and try and get Denise out as well.
-Yeah, just go, just go.
-You look after her, you look after her.
-You're OK now.
-I thought we were going to die.
Yeah, but you didn't! And you were brave.
-You were really brave.
-Here. Good for shock.
-Uh, she's 15!
Take it away.
Shaks saved my life.
We've got to get him out!
-Stace, over here.
-He's wedged in - we can't get him out.
Martin! Can you hear me?
Martin, I'm here, I'm here!
Get him out! Please, somebody get him out!
-It's because I said she was dead to me.
And now she really IS dead!
She's not dead. You hear me? She's not dead!
Deni..! She's moving! She's moving!
-See, I told you she'd be all right!
-Can you open the door? You need to open the door!
Oh, no, leave him! Go to the door!
Look for a lever! Something that says "emergency exit"!
-Come on, push it!
THEY SHOUT AND CRY
What happened?! Where am I?!
SHE CRIES OUT
-You're all right, you're all right.
-Oh, you're all right.
You're all right now, you're all right.
You're all right, you're all right.
I knew you'd be all right. I told Kim.
You said I was dead to you.
But that doesn't matter now, yeah? It doesn't matter.
It's all right. It's all right.
-Where does it hurt?
Babe! Babe, where's your car? We could take her to the hospital.
It's parked in Turpin Road.
-I don't need the hospital.
-Donna, you're in pain.
I've got better drugs than A&E has, anyway.
I'll have some brandy.
Oh, it just came straight at us!
Do you think it was on purpose?
I don't know - Vincent said the driver's slumped at the wheel.
Anything could have happened.
Oh, well, you never know.
He could have done it on purpose but not got out in time.
They're going on about terrorist attacks on the news -
-London's a target.
-Oh, I don't want my kids living here.
I mean, it's not safe anywhere.
You can't think like that. Here, have some of this.
Look, the driver must've lost control.
-It was an accident, a terrible accident.
-It's fine. Everyone's going to be all right.
Right, Lou, are you going to be all right if I leave you?
-Where are you going?
-Just out there, all right? I want to help.
You go. We're OK, aren't we, Lou?
Bex! Your dad's trapped under the bus!
-He can't breathe!
-Dad! Is he dead?
No, no, no, he's not dead. We're going to get him out.
We're going to get him out. All right. Come here, come here.
Lewis! Lewis! Lewis!
Have you seen my son?
Will someone please do something?!
Can we not get in the driver's cab and reverse it up?
-No, the bus is too rammed under the bridge, mate.
-Max, please, please!
If we manage to lift it up somehow, we might be able to drag him out.
You got anything over the Arches?
-Not really, nothing big enough.
-Well, just go!
We'll get him out, Stacey, all right? I promise.
He's trying to speak.
-I love you.
-N-No, no! Don't you say that!
Don't you dare say that!
You're going to be fine!
I don't need to hear that, OK?!
Please, somebody do something - please!
OK, 0-0-1 to control. Priority message. Over.
Declaring major incident on the corner of Bridge Street
and Albert Square.
..forehead. We're going to need bandages.
I'll look in the shop.
-It's back of the shop, it's on the right.
The first-aid stuff - it's near the toothpaste. I'll...
-No, don't stand.
-Oh, but my library books.
Later. Please, sit, sit. Mum. Sit down. Sit down.
Oi! Put those back!
Keep your nose out, you old trout.
Thieving, and there's people injured out there?!
Sorry! She's an old lady. She's got dementia.
It's just a bit of wee-wee. It's not contagious!
Why aren't we moving?
The train has stopped. There's something wrong up ahead.
We went down Stepney Green station. Carpet bombing.
I remember, me and Mum,
I had to hold her hand tight so I don't get lost.
# Run, rabbit, run, rabbit Run, run, run... #
No, Mum, that was the war.
# Don't give the farmer his fun, fun, fun... #
-# He'll get by... #
-Let her sing if she wants to!
-# Without his
-SHIRLEY AND SYLVIE:
-# Rabbit pie
# So run, rabbit, run, rabbit Run, run, run... #
Come on, Teen, join in!
# Run, rabbit, run, rabbit Run, run, run... #
Who YOU looking at?
# His fun, fun, fun
# He'll get by Without his rabbit pie
# So run, rabbit, run, rabbit Run, run, run... #
-Are you on your jack?
-I'm just the first here.
-There's loads of injured people in the boozer.
There's a geezer trapped under the bus -
-he's bang in trouble.
-It's useless, all right? It's useless.
You shouldn't be trying to move him. Wait for the rescue team.
-There's no time!
-The fire brigade's on its way. You have to wait.
No, he can't breathe!
-Can someone go and get some water?
-All right! Listen up! Listen!
Listen, we have to get Martin out. He can't wait for the fire brigade.
So I reckon if we all work together, we might be able to lift it up!
-KATHY: What, lift a bus?
-Well, what other choice have we got?! Let's go!
Probably grab as much as we can.
When we saw the crash, you just stood there.
I had to ask you to help.
What are you saying? Oh, let me guess.
Peter, he would have rushed straight in, wouldn't he?
-Why are you bringing HIM up?
-Let's just get these outside, Lauren.
Yeah, I'll, er... I'll speak to you in a bit.
I love you, too.
-Are you all right now?
-I feel so stupid.
Don't! I would have been exactly the same.
-I thought I was going to die.
Um, sorry. To anyone who can, can you come outside, please,
-cos we're going to try and lift the bus.
So, cheers, thanks.
How is she? Are you all right? Is she all right?
She can speak for herself. I'll live.
Good job you did let me down, eh?
Otherwise you might have been needing one of your hearses.
What do you reckon's happened, Shirl?
It's a Tube, ain't it?
Maybe a leaf on the track.
'Apologies once again for the hold-up, ladies and gents.'
'I can confirm that there's been an accident up ahead.
'I'll let you know as soon as there's any more information.'
-You don't suppose...?
I dunno, I just get this weird feeling,
like something bad has happened.
Oh, suddenly you're clairvoyant, are you?
Oi! Some of us have got homes to go to!
Keep shouting like that, the Jerries will blow us all up.
What are you doing here? Get round the back there.
-No, I want to help.
-Please, please, hurry up!
Come on, come on! Come on, ready, let's go!
Come on! We can do this. Right, we're going to go after three.
-They're going to lift the bus.
-One, two, three!
THEY GRUNT AND GROAN
-Lift it higher!
-It could be your family under there! Now, come on!
One, two, three! Lift!
Higher! Just higher, higher!
GO AGAIN! ONE, TWO, THREE!
THEY GROAN AND SHOUT
Look, I can't get him out! You need to lift it higher!
We've nearly got him out. Just a tiny bit higher!
That's it, that's it! That's it!
He's OK. He's OK.
-Doing really well.
-Martin, you're going to be all right.
Thank you! Thank you!
-All right, you're all right.
You're going to be all right.
-Oh, look. Here they are, after we've done all the graft.
MUSIC PLAYS FAINTLY
Pipe down! Pipe down!
CROWD GOES QUIET
MUSIC: 7 Years by Lukas Graham
# Soon I'll be 60 years old
# Once I was seven years old
# My momma told me
# Go make yourself some friends or you'll be lonely
# Once I was seven years old... #
MUSIC AND VIBRATIONS CONTINUE
Mick is shocked by what he sees.
Stacey receives some alarming news.