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"'''Salvation'''" is the 58th episode of ''[[Casualty]]'' and the 6th episode of the [[Series 5|5th series]]. It was preceded by "[[Hiding Place]]" and followed by "[[Say it With Flowers]]". The episode was directed by Michael Owen Morris and written by Robin Mukherjee.
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"'''Salvation'''" is the 58th episode of ''[[Casualty]]'' and the 6th episode of the [[Series 5 (Casualty)|5th series]]. It was preceded by "[[Hiding Place]]" and followed by "[[Say it With Flowers]]". The episode was directed by Michael Owen Morris and written by Robin Mukherjee.
 
== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
 
Duffy has a run-in with a motorist, who almost knocks her down and then finds he was on his way to casualty where he turns on the charm and a friendship is struck. It's a friendship that's not going to last, as he is terminally ill and she visits him after he's been admitted. Jimmy's in trouble again as Julian complains to Charlie and Harry, a porter falls ill and the staff are shocked when he dies. A spat of drunks are allowed to sleep it off but tragedy almost strikes when one of them is discovered by Jimmy to be a diabetic and found just in time. A mother brings her teenage daughter in and the team face a dilemma when prevented from treating her, because her father is bound by religious beliefs. A car race on the open road turns into disaster for two yuppies when Celia's badly injured and Stuart seems more concerned she keeps quiet rather than how she is.
 
Duffy has a run-in with a motorist, who almost knocks her down and then finds he was on his way to casualty where he turns on the charm and a friendship is struck. It's a friendship that's not going to last, as he is terminally ill and she visits him after he's been admitted. Jimmy's in trouble again as Julian complains to Charlie and Harry, a porter falls ill and the staff are shocked when he dies. A spat of drunks are allowed to sleep it off but tragedy almost strikes when one of them is discovered by Jimmy to be a diabetic and found just in time. A mother brings her teenage daughter in and the team face a dilemma when prevented from treating her, because her father is bound by religious beliefs. A car race on the open road turns into disaster for two yuppies when Celia's badly injured and Stuart seems more concerned she keeps quiet rather than how she is.
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"Salvation" is the 58th episode of Casualty and the 6th episode of the 5th series. It was preceded by "Hiding Place" and followed by "Say it With Flowers". The episode was directed by Michael Owen Morris and written by Robin Mukherjee.

Synopsis Edit

Duffy has a run-in with a motorist, who almost knocks her down and then finds he was on his way to casualty where he turns on the charm and a friendship is struck. It's a friendship that's not going to last, as he is terminally ill and she visits him after he's been admitted. Jimmy's in trouble again as Julian complains to Charlie and Harry, a porter falls ill and the staff are shocked when he dies. A spat of drunks are allowed to sleep it off but tragedy almost strikes when one of them is discovered by Jimmy to be a diabetic and found just in time. A mother brings her teenage daughter in and the team face a dilemma when prevented from treating her, because her father is bound by religious beliefs. A car race on the open road turns into disaster for two yuppies when Celia's badly injured and Stuart seems more concerned she keeps quiet rather than how she is.

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