On Home and Away, Tane Parata (Ethan Browne) is scared by the idea of losing his fiancée, Felicity Newman (Jacqui Purvis) (1:45pm – see our TV Guide for listings)…
Felicity was involved in a Horrific automobile accident with Justin Morgan (James Stewart) and Leah Patterson, and as a result, she is now imprisoned in the wedding truck’s debris (Ada Nicodemou).
Tane, however, won’t just watch the truck burn after a fuel leak causes it, and he starts acting.
Tane rushes into the flames with superhuman strength to attempt to release Felicity from the rubble.
Gary Morrow (Peter Phelps), Felicity’s foster father, and Rose Delaney (Kirsty Marillier), a police officer, are concerned by Tane’s behaviour.
Will the bride and groom both survive the raging inferno?
Eden Fowler (Stephanie Panozzo), who was injured in the collision, was sent to Northern District Hospital where she is still unconscious.
Nicholas Cartwright’s character, Cash Newman, is appalled by the unfortunate turn of events.
Particularly considering that the Summer Bay detective intended to confess his true feelings for his ex-girlfriend Eden following Tane and Felicity’s nuptials.
Nevertheless, Eden’s prognosis is not good, and Cash must painfully accept the possibility that he may never get the chance to express his feelings to Eden.
Remi Carter (Adam Rowland) is still anxious about Bree Cameron’s whereabouts (Juliet Godwin).
Bree agreed to leave town with her violent husband, Jacob, in order to spare Remi’s life.
Bree’s whereabouts are still unknown to the police, and Remi worries that she might not be alive.
When Remi learns that Eden is a coma, things take a turn for the worst.
Remi is at his wit’s end after learning that Eden might never fully recover because he believes he has lost both his lover and best friend.