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{{CasualtyEpisodeBoxNew|title = Quiet|series = 1
 
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|episode = 12|airdate = 6 December 1986|centric = [[Ewart]]|director = Michael Brayshaw|writer = Roy Mitchell|previous = [[Drunk]]|next = [[No Future]]|image = Quiet.jpg}}"'''Quiet'''" is the 12th episode of the [[Series 1 (Casualty)|1st series]] of ''[[Casualty]]''. It was preceded by "[[Drunk]]" and followed by "[[No Future]]". The episode was directed by Michael Brayshaw and written by Roy Mitchell.
 
|episode = 12|airdate = 6 December 1986|centric = [[Ewart]]|director = Michael Brayshaw|writer = Roy Mitchell|previous = [[Drunk]]|next = [[No Future]]|image = Quiet.jpg}}"'''Quiet'''" is the 12th episode of the [[Series 1 (Casualty)|1st series]] of ''[[Casualty]]''. It was preceded by "[[Drunk]]" and followed by "[[No Future]]". The episode was directed by Michael Brayshaw and written by Roy Mitchell.

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"Quiet" is the 12th episode of the 1st series of Casualty. It was preceded by "Drunk" and followed by "No Future". The episode was directed by Michael Brayshaw and written by Roy Mitchell.

Synopsis Edit

A local boxing match ends in tragedy when the winning boxer's found unconscious afterwards and becomes Baz's patient. Charlie teases Andy's extra martial liaison with Sandra and Duffy confides in Megan about her rape ordeal. Ewart's on hand to attend to a breach birth and Susie gets pestered by a drunk man. A wounded policeman and a drug addict are attended to, as the brain damaged boxer has to be transferred to another hospital for a scan.

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