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"I've never seen so many bees around a body before, it was like a beehive," says paramedic
Steve Mortley about a Norfolk man attacked by a swarm of bees. One of tonight's reconstructions shows what happened that day when the man went into anaphylactic shock after he was stung more than 100 times. A rare condition, it could have proved fatal if not treated quickly.
The other two featured stories reconstruct a freak canoeing accident on the River Dart which tested the ingenuity of students at the scene, and the mountain rescue of an elderly woman with a broken arm, bya highly-trained dog.
Executive producer Andy Batten-Foster Series producer Andrea Brown
LIFE-SAVING COURSES: there are 1.000 free courses on offer in Norfolk. To booka place, telephone 0[number removed]. Lines open at
9.30pm and the call will cost no more than 50p. More safety details on Ceefax page 621.


Unknown: Steve Mortley
Producer: Andy Batten-Foster
Producer: Andrea Brown

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