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The Real 24:00: One Day in the Life (E.R.) #881874

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 07, 2008
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(New Hampshire: Charles Gibson) A four-part special series on some of the important issues facing the country introduced.

(Dallas: Bill Weir) 24 hours inside a hospital emergency room presented; scenes shown from the busy E.R. in Parkland Hospital in Dallas which takes all patients who then wait 10 hours on an average. [E.R. administrative chief Dr. John PILLOW†- talks about bis job.] [Patients Tyler SHOLZ††‡, Jesus SILVA††, E.R. charge nurse Lisa MACK†, Parkland CEO Dr. Ron ANDERSON, patient Debbie JACKSON, resident Dr. Heather OWEN†- talk about the cases.]

(New Hampshire: Charles Gibson) Next week's segment previewed.

Gibson, Charles;
Weir, Bill

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