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Home and Away

Home and Away’s Tane and Martha fight for their lives after the mysterious chemical attack, and cop Cash is determined to find the culprit

''No-one deserves this.''

By TV Week team
Lying in a hospital bed with no heartbeat and no hope, it looks like the end has come for Tane in Home and Away this week.
Of course, Doctor Logan refuses to give up, but are his efforts to save him in vain?
Last week, a mysterious chemical attack at the surf club left several Summer Bay favourites, including Tane (Ethan Browne) and Martha (Belinda Giblin), fighting for their lives.
Continuing CPR even after Jasmine (Sam Frost) is forced to admit Tane has a slim chance of making it, Logan (Harley Bonner) is finally rewarded with a faint but noticeable heartbeat.
Logan's next move is to run a full toxicology report, where he discovers the presence of sedatives.
It explains why Tane is so hard to revive, but poses a new question: who hated him so much that they'd launch a double attack?
It's the question cop Cash (Nicholas Cartwright) wants answered. Although he and Tane were far from friends, the tough cop is determined to track down whoever is responsible.
Who hated Tane so much that they'd launch a double attack? (Channel Seven)
"Cash is worried about Tane," Nicholas tells TV WEEK. "No matter what has happened between Tane and Felicity [his younger sister, played by Jacqui Purvis], no-one deserves this."
Thankfully Leah (Ada Nicodemou) is given the all-clear to leave hospital, with an evidently worried Justin (James Stewart) realising how close he came to losing her again.
Alf (Ray Meagher), who faced with the very real possibility that Martha might not recover from her injuries, keeps a vigil at his wife's bedside.
Alf keeps a vigil at his wife's bedside. (Channel Seven)
Meanwhile, things take a deadly turn for Marilyn (Emily Symons) when she collapses on her way home from the Diner and is taken to hospital.
When her organs terrifyingly fail, the doctors place her in an induced coma. Things are looking decidedly grim for Marilyn...
Home and Away airs Monday to Thursday, 7pm, on Channel Seven.

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