24 Hours In Emergency – 2 November 2020 – 2/11/2020 – Monday – SBS
28 year old Xintong is rushed to A&E after being flung from a go-kart at full speed. Doctors are concerned there may be damage to her spine and send her for urgent CT scans. As the medical team assess her injuries, her fiancé Deon explains how Xintong was raised in China and how their relationship survived the distance between them when she returned home from studying in London. Meanwhile, 58 year old Gary has come to St George’s after trapping his finger between two shopping trolleys, causing it to swell enormously. He is treated by ENP Ali, who after 37 years as a nurse, has a story of her own to tell.
About 24 Hours In Emergency
This show is broadcast on SBS.
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About the SBS
The SBS is an Australian free-to-air commercial network, and is one of the five main free-to-air television networks in Australia.
The five main Australian free-to-air commercial networks are:
- Seven Network
- Nine Network
- Network Ten
- SBS (Special Broadcasting Services)
- ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
The Seven Network has the following channels that are broadcast: Seven, 7HD, 7TWO, 7Mate, 7flix and the Racing Network.
The Nine Network has the following channels: Nine, 9HD, 9GEM and 9Go.
The Ten Network has the following channels: Ten, Ten HD, One, Eleven and the TV Shopping Network (TVSN).
The ABC has the following channels: ABC, ABC Comedy and ABC ME.
The SBS has the following channels: SBS, SBS HD, SBS Viceland, NITV and the Food Network.