Will Logan be charged by police?
There’s no better place to test your abilities than on the job. When Xander and Jasmine witness a horrific vehicle accident this week, they get a firsthand look at what it’s like to be a paramedic.
The siblings are driving when they observe the disaster in stressful scenes in Home And Away. Two automobiles collided, and Logan (Harley Bonner) was one of the drivers! The local doctor appeared to be uninjured but in shock.
While nurse Jasmine (Sam Frost) checks him over, Xander (Luke Van Os) races to the second car, where he finds a woman named Millie (Zara Zoe).
She’s distressed, bleeding and calling for her friend Jo. Xander looks around – she’s nowhere to be seen.
He phones Jasmine, who calms Millie down while he looks for the missing passenger. But what he learns will astound him. What exactly is it?
Xander returns to Millie, who inquires about her friend. To keep her peaceful, Xander chooses to lie, but her breathing becomes ragged, and the siblings are obliged to intervene.
Xander uses his paramedic experience to help the car crash victim. (Image: Seven)
Xander does an emergency decompression technique to access her airways, which he has never done before!
Rose (Kirsty Marillier) and Cash, the cops, come as the two try to save a life (Nicholas Cartwright). The events that are happening astound them.
“Xander is ready for the crash,” Luke, 25, explains. “This is his job – he’s had training and years of experience in these situations. He leaps into action.”
Xander stands at Millie’s door at the hospital. He overhears her enquiring about Jo. Rose passes by and cautions him against becoming overly engaged with his patients.
But he can’t keep the truth for much longer…
Logan and Millie are both having trouble remembering what happened. Cash, on the other hand, later explains the cause of the accident: driver mistake.
If Millie’s condition deteriorates, will Logan be held responsible?
A wealthy gambler charms Mac
With each successive poker night, Mac’s confidence – and profits – have grown. This week, she’s set to make more money than ever when a mysterious new player arrives in Summer Bay.
Nathan (Ryan Panizza) just had Mac (Emily Weir) assist him in repaying a loan shark obligation. However, she is now behind on her rent, and her business is in jeopardy.
Mac denied Nathan access to the next poker night because he owes her money. Nathan then meets PK (Ryan Johnson), a wealthy man who enjoys playing cards.
For a seat at the table, he offers to triple the buy-in.
Nathan introduces Mac to his friend PK, who offers to triple the buy-in for a seat at the table. (Image: Seven)
Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) is adamant about everyone being vetted first. Plus, something about him doesn’t feel quite right. Mac, on the other hand, sees dollar signs.
Emily, 30, adds, “Mac notices PK is someone of position, power, and importance.” “She doesn’t warm up to him at first and thinks him arrogant, yet intriguing.”
PK rakes in the cash that night. As Mac celebrates yet another great event, PK raises the stakes by proposing an exclusive poker night with one table, ten players, and a $5000 buy-in.
Suddenly, Felicity is alarmed. Is PK all he seems?