As things look up for one family, tragedy strikes for another.
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We'll get you to the hospital as quickly as we can.
SIREN WAILS IN DISTANCE
Yeah, Max went in to get her, and he couldn't find her.
Max is with Abi now. Ian, I think, went with Steven.
-But I thought there were more ambulances, though.
The other one was for Johnny.
Linda, you need to open the door!
GASPING FOR BREATH
Come on, L.
Come on, L.
-Open the door!
Can you hear me?
-You need to open the door, Linda!
I'm here. OK. BANGING
I can hear you...
Open the door!
I don't think I can. I don't know...
He's not breathing right! WHEEZING BREATHS
It's OK. You're going to be OK. OK?
Hang on. Hang on.
I can't open it, Jack! BANGING
Argh! I can't open it!
-Right, listen, just wait.
-Linda! Just keep Johnny calm.
It's all right, baby. I'm coming, I'm coming.
OK. OK. OK.
First Nancy has a car accident, you have to go one better, don't you?
You get yourself shot, and then you have a crash in an ambulance.
I mean, she won't believe it when you tell her.
HE GASPS FOR BREATH Shh.
You know... You know, it was so much easier when I could make you all
just stay where I could see you and hold my hand.
All right. All right, let's... Let's get this breathing sorted, OK?
Little gentle breaths with me.
That's it, baby.
-KNOCKS ON DOOR
-Come on, get a move on.
I told you not to eat all that popcorn.
-I need the loo!
-Oh, what's he done now?
He thinks he's seen Bronson.
Right, you OK?
Listen to him! That is wrong, isn't it? That is wrong!
-Listen, I'm not a medic, right...
-But she's unconscious.
Right, it's OK.
Look, I've called an ambulance, all right? They're on their way.
He can't wait! I can't just do nothing.
I mean, listen to him! Listen to him!
He's sucking in air.
You all right, mate? Do you want me to come round there and help?
-Through the wound.
-His lung is collapsing.
HE GASPS FOR BREATH
I'm going to go help 'em.
Chatham'll lose it if he comes back and the dog's done a bunk.
-Are you coming? Bernadette, are you coming with me?
-I can't text her, my credit's run out!
-I'll text her!
She'll be in there, earphones in, singing in the mirror.
KNOCKS ON DOOR
Bernadette Rhianna Taylor, if you don't come out,
I'm going to wet my pants!
What's the matter, love? You all right?
All right, all right.
Abi's got minor smoke inhalation.
Just an overnight stay, then she can go home.
Good. That's good.
Yeah, he's all right.
I think. He's conscious, so I think he's going to be OK.
You can go if you want, Dad. You don't have to wait here.
Go and rescue Billy from Louie.
I want to be here.
I reckon Jane must have made it to the fire door.
That's why they haven't brought her in yet.
They haven't got round to checking the alley.
She was as much a part of that place as me, so she knows her way around.
Any minute now, Sharon will phone.
Yeah, it's important to stay positive, Ian.
At least till you know any different.
I should have stayed at the restaurant.
Why didn't I stay at the restaurant?
Cos you came here with Steven.
-Because what could you have done there?
Ian, it's just a waiting game. Just got to sit it out.
Got to hang on to hope.
Just say a prayer.
What? So Jane was in Beale's when it caught fire?
-The place is still going. She's not still in there?
-We don't know.
We ain't heard nothing since the ambulances left.
Don't go winding yourself up. You've had bleeding before, ain't you?
Look, just lie still and it'll stop, the same as before.
-It's going to be all right, ain't it?
-What are you on about?
Course it's going to be all right!
Half the flat is cluttered up with your baby stuff.
And I'm warning you, I'm going to take the batteries
out of that teddy the next time Riley kicks off with it.
Keanu tell you that Bronson tried to get into your Moses basket?
Look, there's going to be scares along the way, love.
The heart attacks you six have given me over the years!
-Keegan's the worst, ain't he?
-No, Bronson's the worst.
Remember that time when he ate that whole sock in the old flat,
and he pooed it out in the living room?
In front of the social worker!
You know, stop stressing, all right?
You're both going to be fine.
You know, Bronson, you could leave him in Scotland,
and he'd find his way back.
He's got a sixth sense, I'm telling you.
Yeah, he fled for his life, didn't he?
Council, they should give us compensation.
Yeah, the amount of nights old Joyce has been banging up
at the ceiling...
Yeah, well, I'm lucky she never shot us!
I'll get your phone for you, yeah? Nice big bag of cheese and onion.
-You all right?
-Mum! I need to go to the toilet!
-All right. All right, all right.
Come on. Come on, it's going to be all right.
-He keeps passing out. It's like he's passing out.
So I'm going to do this with you.
You're going to be my hands, right?
-Take the bandage off.
You're going to cover the wound where your son's been shot
with a chest seal.
What's that? What's that?
You're looking for a trauma kit.
-It's a green bag.
-Here! I've got it, I've got it!
Look at me, mate. Listen, just look at my face.
-Stay. That's it, stay here.
-What is it? Is that it? Is that it?
It's OK, it's OK.
-Push down on three sides.
-OK. Hurry up! Hurry up!
-Shh. OK. That's OK.
-The fourth side, you've got to leave a gap.
Be careful, Jack. Careful!
-It's not going to hurt, mate. I'm going to help you, all right?
When your son breathes in,
he isn't taking in any air through the wound.
But when he breathes out, air escapes.
Watch the wound. Look at the wound.
-It works like a valve. Can you see?
-Yeah, yeah. Hang on.
-Does it look like this?
Show him that.
Is that it?
-Thank you, Jack! Thank you!
It's OK. Stay with me, darling. Stay with me. Stay with me, darling.
Ian will call if there's any news, all right?
Erm, sorry, everyone, if anyone needs any windows boarded up
before it gets dark, just come and see me, all right?
I didn't think you'd have your mind on the kids' dinners,
what with your husband being arrested.
And you should really get to A&E with that leg.
-Martin's an idiot.
Tell me about it.
We've got an immersion heater.
Why don't you come over while the gas is off?
-Yeah. In fact, open house for showers round by ours, yeah?
Vincent, go and put the immersion on, please.
How come you don't let me boss you around like that?
Sweet cheeks, what can I say? I've got the hidden charm!
Hey. You'd better brace yourself for the electric bill!
Excuse me, Denise. We are Londoners. We are British.
And we pull together and donate things.
We don't let bad luck or bad people win.
We make it a better place.
That's the whole point of Jane keeping on planting her flowers,
Peace out, yeah?
Love, not hate.
It's Jane. Jane Beale?
I mean, he's only just holding it together.
I think his son's through the worst, but there's still no sign of her.
Must be a nightmare. Can you tell me?
Do you know if they've brought
anyone else out of Beale's restaurant?
I'll see what I can find out.
There's been a major traffic incident, so everything's backed up.
OK. Thank you.
-It's all right, darling. They're just landing.
-It's going to be a couple of minutes.
-All right, Johnny.
-It's OK, Johnny.
They're coming, babe. They're coming.
-You all right?
-He's all right.
-But they need to be quick, Jack!
-Come on, mate.
Sorry, we're going for a CT scan, so no visitors.
No, sorry, I'm not a visitor. He... He saved my life.
He's the father of my baby.
I don't reckon he'd even seen Bronson.
Keegan just wanted to lend a quid off of us.
I'm going to try down the park. Do we have a spare dog lead?
Just...give her a minute.
What's going on?
She lost the baby.
Give birth at 18 weeks...
Little thing didn't stand a chance.
Oh, thank you so much! You know, you lot, you do an amazing job!
Hope he's OK.
It's OK, baby. I'm here.
-You were brilliant!
-Right place at the right time.
You saved Johnny's life.
Ronnie would be proud of you.
-Listen, Mick, he's a good bloke.
Think what you two have been through...
Before you walk away, you've got to at least give him a chance.
Just tell him the truth.
I don't want to go to hospital.
We could watch one of those vloggers you like while we're waiting.
I could make you some microwave chips.
Maybe I could paint your nails.
Nurses won't do anything bad to you.
Do you reckon Keanu was right?
Bronson's over the park, having a paddle with the ducks.
Maybe it's for the best, love.
One day, maybe when you're a bit older,
you'll have another little girl.
And you can be her mum.
You said it was going to be all right.
I... I don't want a different one.
Where the hell is that ambulance?
I'm not trying to trap you, Steven.
It's obviously complicated, but...
..I am going to have this baby.
I want this baby.
It's our little baby.
I am so excited!
I didn't believe Jane.
No, no, please, just let me finish,
because I never even thought that
I was going to get the chance to say this, but...
..you have treated me like a complete pig.
You... You're such a liar, you're a weirdo stalker,
lying about brain tumours... It's desperate.
But I sort of get it.
And I know that doesn't say a lot about me, but I do.
I get you.
whatever you have done, I...
I love you anyway.
Please forgive me.
-Do you mind smoking elsewhere?
Mind your ears, William.
SIRENS WAILS IN DISTANCE
I'm so messed up.
I don't deserve a second chance, Abi.
All of this...
My own baby...
Someone who really loves me...
I can try...
I can try and be a better person.
I can try and make it up to you.
Because I love you.
My own family...
That's all I've ever wanted.
I love you so much.
I am so sick and tired of trying to hold it together.
She were my granddaughter, weren't she?
You know, things can go two ways.
With my lot, it's always...
Always belly up!
It's not your lot.
I was going to be your mum.
And you was going to be my little girl.
I'm sorry I never got to meet you.
-He must be bleeding out somewhere.
Get O negative blood now and activate major haemorrhage protocol.
-Does he have a pulse?
-No, no! Steven, wait!
-Start chest compressions.
Get trauma surgeons back here in case we get a pulse back.
..four, five, six, seven, eight, nine,
ten, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15...
That must be for Jane.
Excuse me. What's happened?
Please, just tell me!
-My phone ran out of battery!
If you could step back, sir, someone will be with you shortly.
-I told you!
-46-year-old female. Self-maintained, but suspected...
Cannulated at the scene...
I told you she was alive! She IS alive!
She IS alive!