27 Dec 2017

Dr Peter-Marc Fortune: intensive care after the Manchester bombing

From Summer Times, 9:10 am on 27 December 2017

As the year wraps up we look back at the horrific attack on children and youngsters at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester in May this year.

While people were coming to terms with children being the target of a terror attack, in Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, the largest children's hospital in Europe, medical staff were working tirelessly to save lives and reunite injured youngsters with their families.

Dr Peter-Marc Fortune, consultant on the child intensive care team and also associate head of the hospital, talks to Megan Whelan about the team who dealt first-hand with the aftermath of the bombing.

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