A&E After Dark – 29 April 2021 – 29/4/2021 – Thursday – Nine – 9
The Accident and Emergency Department team treat a man who has a severe wound after falling through a glass window; a patient is escorted to hospital by four police officers.
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About A&E After Dark
Lifting the lid on the night shift as experienced by A&E workers, with exclusive access to Hull Royal Infirmary. The night-time challenges facing NHS staff are captured in their raw form.
This show is broadcast on Channel Nine.
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