Details About Call the Midwife Train Crash! Did Anyone Died in the Crash?

Call the Midwife has had its fair share of sad moments, but last week’s episode didn’t hold back. Poplar stopped moving after a train crash that killed five people, including the train driver, and hurt a lot of other people. His death was even worse because his wife was giving birth at the time.

Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) and Dr. Patrick Turner (Stephen McGann), who were on their way back to London from a midwifery and obstetrics conference, were also in a lot of danger.

Nancy (Megan Cusack), who was with them, was able to get out of the wreckage soon after the train hit another, but her friends and coworkers were still stuck inside.

As the last credits rolled on last week’s Call the Midwife, Patrick moved a little bit before stopping. Julienne, on the other hand, didn’t seem to do anything at all, making viewers worry about the worst. But luckily, both of them were saved and will live for a long time.

Patrick had hurt his head and broken his wrist, so he wouldn’t be able to work for a few weeks. At first, it looked like Julienne had a heart attack, but it turned out that she had hurt her chest and was in shock, which made it look like she had a heart attack.

After Miss Higgins (Georgie Glen) called Nurse Phyllis Crane (Linda Bassett) back to the scene, it took all hands on deck to bring order and calm back to Nonnatus House after a night they’ll never forget. They did just that, working together to get through the storm.

What Happened to the Characters of Call the Midwife After the Train Crash Cliffhanger

After last week’s terrible train accident, viewers of Call the Midwife were nervously waiting for tonight’s (February 20) episode, as the lives of Dr. Turner (Stephen McGann) and Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) were in the balance.

When we got back to them on the train, both characters had thankfully come to, but it was clear right away that Dr. Turner had hurt his head and Sister Julienne had broken ribs and might be having a heart attack.

When Nurse Crane came back from her trip early because Miss Higgins had called her to help after the crash, it gave people hope. Many people shared their joy on social media:call the midwife train crash

Later in the episode, it was revealed that the train driver had a brain tumor, which caused him to have a seizure and lose control of the train. His wife had just given birth as the train crashed.

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Fears that a major character was going to die were briefly calmed when Sister Julienne said she was going home. She had broken ribs and shock, which made it look like she was having a heart attack.

Even though several cast members hinted at tragedy, the episode (and season 11) ended with the gang posing for a group photo inside Nonnatus House, making it seem like everyone was safe and well.

Fans had nothing but good things to say about the tense but ultimately happy episode: So, after a week of suspense and an hour of wondering where the episode would go, it looks like all of our favorite characters have gotten away from the raven of doom… at least until next season.

At the end of the episode, it was announced that Call the Midwife will be back for a Christmas special and the 12th season in 2023.

Who Was Killed in the ‘call the Midwife’ Train Accident?

The ‘Call the Midwife’ train catastrophe has stunned viewers by killing off two characters. Call the Midwife season 11 ended on a dramatic cliffhanger during the penultimate episode on Sunday, Feb. 13, implying a tense season conclusion the following week (Sunday, Feb, 20). Has the BBC show, however, killed off a fan favorite?

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Dr Turner (Stephen McGann), Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter), and newbie Nurse Nancy Corrigan (Megan Cusack) were all aboard the train; we know Nancy escaped the crash, but the fate of the other two characters was unknown until the season finale.

The season finale picked up just where the last episode left off, with the aftermath of the horrific train disaster. Walking wounded were trying to flee the railway wreckage, and there was panic and confusion on the ground as buildings were ruled dangerous and Nonnatus House was converted into a temporary emergency room.

“The point is, if there was a train crash near where you live, in the universe of Call the Midwife, the two people you could rely on to come and sort everything out are Dr Turner and Sister Julienne,” the show’s creator Heidi Thomas told Radio Times before the finale aired.

Fans were heartbroken when two characters were killed off in the season’s penultimate episode; read on to find out who survived the calamity and who died too soon…

Lionel Corbett – the train driver

Dr. Turner and Sister Julienne were lucky to get out of the train wreck alive, but not everyone did. Lionel, the train driver, had a seizure while driving the train. He later found out that he had a brain tumor that he didn’t know about. Lionel left behind his wife Edina (Maya Saroya), who had just given birth to a son, and their young daughter.

Dorothy Carnie – the tea lady

Dorothy Carnie, the train’s tea lady, played by Stephanie Jacob, died after getting hurt in the crash. She had been a patient of Dr. Turner and Sister Julienne for a long time.

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We also saw 15-year-old Carole Reece (Ellie-May Sheridan) lose her second child after giving birth early. As always, the story had a bittersweet ending, as Sister Frances arranged for Carole’s baby to be buried with Dorothy after it was revealed that babies born early didn’t get their own funerals or burials.

After years in care, Carole finally found the family she had been looking for when she met Dorothy’s daughter at the end of the episode.

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