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Shortland Street - 1995 Christmas episode (truck crash) Television (Excerpts) – 1995 Drama Soap Opera

Shortland Street - 1995 Christmas episode (truck crash)

Television (Excerpts) – 1995 Drama Soap Opera

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This Shortland Street episode ended the 1995 season with a missing baby, a Christmas turkey and a bizarre accident. After being set up by conniving nurse Carla Leach (Elisabeth Easther), a drunken driver aims his Mac truck directly for the hospital's reception. Amongst the injured, Kirsty wakes up with a case of memory loss, while Carmen suffers unexpected after-effects, soon after swearing everlasting devotion to Guy Warner. Meanwhile Nick potentially faces prosecution, after accidentally leaving his girlfriend's one-year-old child at the supermarket. 

Availability

Shortland Street merchandise available at South Pacific Pictures

Music

This episode includes the tracks 'Gothic' by band Dead Flowers, and 'Ram Dancehall' by Dance Foundation, composed by Angus McNaughton and Patrick Waller