Ruby Buckton (Rebecca Breeds) is the cause of the horrific accident as she secretly tampers with the brakes of Indigo Walker's new car, wanting to get rid of her as she feels that Romeo Smith would be better off without his estranged wife.
After committing the shocking act, Ruby waits patiently for the results of her handiwork. However, it's not long before she realises the enormity of what she has done and tries to fix things before it's too late.
Ruby then makes a desperate phone call to Indi, urging her not to drive the car. Unfortunately, she is far too late as Indi's brother Dex (Charles Cottier) has already borrowed the vehicle.
As Dex brings a large housewarming present he bought for April back to their new place, disaster strikes as he loses control of the vehicle thanks to Ruby's sabotage…
Home and Away airs these scenes on Monday, October 8 at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5.
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Also ahead on UK screens, Casey Braxton's decision to go undercover to betray his father Danny has big consequences as he is placed in a dangerous situation.
As Casey (Lincoln Younes) prepares to 'help' Danny with his latest dodgy activities, he quizzes his dad about what the all-important job will entail - but Danny refuses to reveal any details ahead of time.
Later, the pair arrive at a pub together and Danny (Andy McPhee) finally reveals that they'll be committing an armed robbery together.
Casey is horrified by his father's plans, but his predicament is only just beginning as Danny soon captures a hostage and orders his son to kill the man as he is a witness. Danny's demand will have explosive repercussions which will change the Braxton family forever…
Home and Away airs these scenes on Thursday, October 11 at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5.
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Coming up in Neighbours, Chris Pappas organises a romantic gesture as he aims to win back ex-boyfriend Aidan Foster.
Chris (James Mason) now feels ready for a proper relationship with Aidan that he can be honest about, but knows that he has to prove himself after their previous problems.
Aidan (Bob Morley) is intrigued and plays along when Chris sets up a mini-golf course outside the hospital in tribute to their first date, and at first it seems that things could be getting back on track for the pair.
However, Aidan isn't ready to forgive and forget so easily after being let down by Chris in the past, so he declares that he just wants to be friends. Is this the end for Aidan and Chris, or is there still some hope?
Neighbours airs these scenes on Monday, October 8 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.
Elsewhere in Erinsborough, Andrew Robinson resorts to desperate measures as his epilepsy storyline continues.
Andrew (Jordan Smith) goes into denial when he receives his diagnosis in the coming days, but when it's clear that his symptoms aren't going away, he realises that he'll have to do something to address them sooner rather than later.
The young businessman doesn't want anyone to find out about his condition, as he fears that his dad Paul will no longer work with him if he's seen as 'weak'. For that reason, he refuses to spend any time at the hospital, knowing Paul will spot him there as he's spending so much time with Sophie at the moment.
Andrew thinks that he has found the perfect solution to his problem when he illegally purchases some medication online. Fearing Andrew is putting himself in danger, Aidan reluctantly offers to monitor their effect, but will this be enough?
Neighbours airs these scenes on Tuesday, October 9 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.
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