For the first time, the Yorkshire Ambulance Service has granted access to its Hazardous Area Response Team (HART), one of 15 specialist medical units set up after the 7/7 London bombings to treat badly injured patients in extreme environments.

NHS Rescue Squad's unprecedented access will show viewers the camaraderie and courage of men and women who risk their lives to save ours and the blood, sweat and tears required for the physically demanding and thorough training regime, testing skills ranging from nuclear decontamination to using high-speed flood relief boats.

NHS Rescue Squad - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

NHS Rescue Squad - List of incidents of cannibalism - Netflix

This is a list of incidents of cannibalism, or anthropophagy, as the consumption of human flesh or internal organs by other human beings. Accounts of cannibalism date back as far as Biblical times, and some anthropologists suggest that cannibalism was common in human societies as early as the Paleolithic Era. Historically, numerous tribal societies have engaged in cannibalism, although very few are thought to continue the practice to this day. Occasionally, starving people have resorted to cannibalism for survival necessity. Classical antiquity recorded numerous references to cannibalism during siege starvations. More recent well-documented examples include the Essex sinking in 1820, the Donner Party in 1846 and 1847, and the Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571. Some murderers, such as Albert Fish, Boone Helm, Andrei Chikatilo, and Jeffrey Dahmer, are known to have devoured their victims after killing them. Other individuals, such as artist Rick Gibson and journalist William Seabrook, have legally consumed human flesh out of curiosity, or to attract attention to themselves.

NHS Rescue Squad - 1950s–1960s - Netflix

A tradition of ritualistic cannibalism among the Fore people caused a Kuru epidemic, involving approximately 1000 deaths from 1957 to 1960. German serial killer Joachim Kroll, nicknamed “Duisburg Man-Eater”, practised cannibalism. In October 1961, Papuan aborigines supposedly killed and ate Michael Rockefeller while he was exploring southern Netherlands New Guinea. In summer of 1963, Josef Kulík from Czechoslovakia (at that time serving compulsory military service) killed two young boys in a railway wagon. He cut their bodies open, roasted some of their internal organs on a fire, and ate them. He used some old funeral wreaths he had found near the wagon for fuel. Factional violence and cannibalism occurred in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of southeast China in 1968, during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976).

NHS Rescue Squad - References - Netflix