Who dies in Home and Away wedding day car crash horror?

Home and Away kicks off an unmissable week that will see a number of lives put in serious danger, with an ultimately devastating outcome on the cards for some.

The Aussie soap, which airs on Channel 5 in the UK, proves to be must-see TV this week, as Felicity Newman (Jacqui Purvis) and Tane Parata’s (Ethan Browne) big wedding day arrives.

Things don’t exactly go swimmingly, with bride-to-be Felicity initially having doubts about wedding soulmate Tane, before ultimately realising that the groom really is her one true love, as she sets off to tie the knot with best mate Eden (Stephanie Panazzo) by her side.

But tragedy is set to strike.

The bikies, out for revenge, have sabotaged the wedding car, having cut the brake fluid, which is leaking all over the place, unbeknown to Flick and Eden, who set off for the venue.

Eden makes the discovery when approaching a sluggish van, trying to brake to no avail. Felicity, horrified, urges her best mate to slow down, so – in a bid to avoid a collision with the van – Eden swerves into oncoming traffic, which is ultimately when horror ensues.

Eden and Flick collide with Justin Morgan (James Stewart) and Leah Patterson’s (Ada Nicodemou) car, which goes airborne, before violently crashing into a fence. Eden and Felicity, meanwhile, are sent flying into a service station.

Lives are on the line and, with fire, explosions and chaos on the cards, the question that will no doubt be on viewers’ lips is: who dies?

Who dies in Home and Away car crash tragedy?

Despite all the horror and life-threatening injuries, no-one actually dies.

It is, however, touch and go for a while, with Felicity and Eden being left in serious danger, with a petrol leak putting their lives in serious danger as a blaze ignites nearby.

Tane, however, is notified about the atrocity and races to rescue Flick before it’s too late, as the bride-to-be and Eden are taken to the hospital.

Things, however, are a little more serious for Leah, who is left in a seriously bad way after being staked by a metal pole.

‘The first thing [ that goes through Justin’s mind] is: “this can’t be real”,’ actor James Stewart told Metro.co.uk. ‘He’s looking at a human body with a stake going through her stomach, it’s just not something you see every day. He couldn’t compute.

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‘He can hear the voice and see, so he just stepped into “how do I fix this?” mode.

‘He calls the ambulance and keeps pressure on the wound so that she doesn’t lose too much blood, I think he probably prays a bit! He’s just sitting there talking to God going: “Please God! I will never mess up again if you just get the ambulance here as quickly as possible”.’

Home and Away air weekdays at 1:45pm on Channel 5, with first look episodes airing at 6:30pm on 5Star.

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