Blow Out

- What did you do then?
- I'm tryin' to tell you.

I ran down, jumped in the creek
and pulled out the girl.

- There was a girl?
- Yes, there was a girl.

- What girl?
- The girl I brought here. In the room.

She was inside the car?
- Yes.
- Are you sure?

I wasn't bobbing for apples.
Of course I'm sure.

It can get pretty dark
under eight feet of water.

Is this known as obtaining objective
eyewitness testimony? If it is, forget it.

We gotta get the stretcher through.
Step back.

Doctor! How is she?
Very lucky. Mild shock, some cuts
and bruises. No major injuries.

- Can I see her?
- She might be asleep. She's sedated.

- I'll just say goodbye.
- Don't stay too long.

How you doin'?
- Do you have my purse?
- No.

I'm sure the police'll find it.
I wouldn't worry about it.

I know.
- Where are you going?
- I have to leave now.

Wait a minute. I think
you'd better get back to bed.

I don't think they're finished
with you yet. Come on, up. Up.

- Just for a minute.
- All right.

So how do you feel?
He said I was lucky-the doctor.
Yeah. He should've been there, huh?
- Thanks for getting me out.
- No problem.

I didn't realise you were this pretty,
with all that mud.

I don't have any make-up on!
Well, don't worry about it.
It's fine. It's a hospital.

- Who are you?
- I'm Jack Terry. Who are you?

- Sally.
- Sally? Nice to meet you, Sally.