Documentary series about eye-watering medical cases in A&E. A schoolboy who has cut his head open after falling on a flower pot and a decorator who has trapped his leg in a ladder.
Freema Agyeman narrates a series focusing on the most extraordinary and eye-watering cases to come through the doors of a British A&E department and remarkable tales of medical survival from across the UK.
A schoolboy cuts his head open after falling on a flower pot; a decorator lacerates his leg after trapping it in a stepladder; a boy gets a peanut stuck in his ear trying to perform a magic trick; and a woman is left with a hugely swollen knee after slipping while running for a bus.
Plus, how surgeons saved the flattened foot of a bin man run over by a dustcart, and medical professionals confess the most bizarre and outrageous cases they have ever been confronted with in casualty.
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|Executive Producer||Mark Downie|