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In Sickness and in Health 

The day of Nelson and Kerry's wedding sees the ED filling up with victims of a chemical explosion in a paint factory.

Director:

Jean-Pierre Mignon

Writer:

Louise Crane (as Louise Crane-Bowes)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Howard ... Dr. Frank Campion
Alexandra Davies ... Cate McMasters
Christopher Gabardi ... Vincent Hughes
Tammy Macintosh ... Dr. Charlotte Beaumont
Judith McGrath ... Von Ryan
Mark Priestley ... Dan Goldman
Natalie Saleeba ... Jessica Singleton
Paul Tassone ... Nelson Curtis
Wil Traval ... Jack Quade
Chris Vance ... Sean Everleigh
Sibylla Budd ... Deanna Richardson
Jaime Mears Jaime Mears ... Kerry Lytton
Wendy Strehlow ... Lorraine Tanner
Charlotte Gregg ... Rebecca Rowe
Douglas Hansell ... Aaron Roth
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Storyline

The day of Nelson and Kerry's wedding sees the ED filling up with victims of a chemical explosion in a paint factory. As multiple casualties arrive, the team is forced to put aside well wishes for the happy couple as they deal with the traumas the explosion has given rise to. And the entire team is given a lesson they won't forget in a hurry life really is too short. Dan finds himself nursing a young man with serious eye injuries. Bad enough that the man may never see again, but today his first child is due to be born and the thought of missing the birth is devastating. A teenager arrives in the ED with serious injuries and a terrible secret. Thank God for the cheery fireman, Michael, whose optimism and high spirits bring a smile to this terrible situation.

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 November 2005 (Australia) See more »

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7 Network See more »
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