September 12, 2010
substrom:

surgeon-general:
(via hessianmuzzle)

I’m 99.3% convinced this is Bay 1 of the trauma unit at The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel where I found myself looking for the entrance to the A&E one confusing Friday night.
It’s where you go to die or be magically resurrected with a plastic tube in your lung if you live in N16, N1 or E8 and happen to be male, black, on the dole, under 25 and unsure about your postcode. It’s not a sight you forget easily. 

substrom:

surgeon-general:

(via hessianmuzzle)

I’m 99.3% convinced this is Bay 1 of the trauma unit at The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel where I found myself looking for the entrance to the A&E one confusing Friday night.

It’s where you go to die or be magically resurrected with a plastic tube in your lung if you live in N16, N1 or E8 and happen to be male, black, on the dole, under 25 and unsure about your postcode. It’s not a sight you forget easily. 

. whitechapel royal london hospital blood hospital trauma unit