There are revelations for Comfort and Fin when they are called to a shout on a boatyard in Casualty.
Fin is convinced their relationship is over but an awkward shift turns into a dangerous one when Comfort becomes trapped inside the boatyard with a young boy she cannot help. The boatyard is live with electricity and, if she touches the boy, they will both die.
With the horror of the train crash still haunting her, Comfort does not want history to repeat itself and begs Fin to talk her through the procedure. As he does so, she confesses her innermost fears to him and he admits that he let her down. Comfort sees Ric, the little boy from the crash, throughout the situation and finally cries out to God for help. Fin, thinking she has been injured, comes to her rescue and is amazed to find her unaffected by the electricity. When she, Fin and the boy survive, Comfort credits God for the ‘miracle’ and walks away feeling purged. It is a turning-point for her and she resigns in order to heal herself. The real challenge now is to convince Fin, who thinks she has gone mad.
Back in the hospital, Simon and Lara are oblivious to the fact that Tally knows about their secret love. But when Tally sets a trap to meet Simon and it goes badly wrong, she is enraged and defaces Lara’s photo on the notice-board.
Nikki, meanwhile, is furious when Jim tells her she’s just running from one problem to another. She accuses Roxy of destroying Jim’s life by telling him about the baby. And, feeling stalked by her child’s surrogate parents, who are demanding she give up work, Roxy is defiant, arguing that it is a matter of principle and that she will remain independent.
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