Home and Away’s Logan Bennett receives shock news after tragic death

    Is he to blame?

    Home and Away‘s Logan Bennett has learned that he may be responsible for a recent tragic death.

    Logan was engaged in a spectacular automobile accident earlier this month in the show’s Australian episodes, which is still being investigated by police.

    Logan collided with a car driven by Millie, a newcomer. Millie was travelling with her companion Jo, who unfortunately perished at the scene, and they both survived the catastrophe.

    Logan has cooperated thoroughly with the authorities in the aftermath, despite his inability to recall exact information about what caused the accident.

    Thursday’s episode on Channel 7 saw the story take a worrying turn for Logan, as policeman Cash Newman was forced to bring him in for more questioning.

    Cash quizzed Logan on how fast he was driving when the accident happened.

    Logan had no recollection of this, but he realised something was wrong and inquired as to what was going on.

    “The forensic evidence indicates that you were speeding,” Cash explained.

    “It’s starting to appear that way,” Cash said plainly when Logan asked if this indicated he was at blame.

    Could Logan be in serious trouble with the authorities? What happens next is unknown for the time being, but Logan’s days in Summer Bay are numbered.

    Harley Bonner, who played Logan on Home and Away, confirmed late last year that she would not be returning to filming in 2022.

    “Channel Seven can confirm Harley will not return to Home and Away when filming begins in the coming weeks,” a statement from the soap’s network announced at the time.

    “Harley leaves with our best wishes and sincere thanks for his work on the show.”

    Logan has remained on screen as Home and Away films its scenes around six months in advance.

    Home and Away fans in the UK will see the car crash storyline begin on Channel 5 in June.



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