EastEnders' Jane survives AGAIN after Max murder plan

Sophie Dainty
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From Digital Spy

EastEnders' Max Branning may have escaped justice again, as it's now looking like Jane Beale might never be able to expose his evil lies.

Jane (Laurie Brett) has been fighting for her life in hospital ever since surviving the fire at Beales that Max and Steven started to silence her.

Aware of just how much Jane knows about his revenge plan, Max has faced an anxious few days as she remained unconscious in hospital – and during Tuesday's (September 12) episode, he was horrified to hear that Jane had woken up.

As Jane started to come round, it became immediately clear that she hadn't forgotten her big discovery about Max, as she desperately tried to jot his name down on paper. However, tragedy struck when Jane suffered breathing problems before she could get a chance to finish.

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Ian was later devastated when medics informed him that Jane was unconscious again having suffered severe breathing difficulties – meaning there is every chance she could now have brain damage.

As Ian reeled from the news, Max spotted an opportunity to sort Jane out once and for all when he found himself alone with her in the hospital room.

Thankfully, Jane managed to escape death (again) when her husband Ian unwittingly interrupted Max's attempt to meddle with her machinery. But could tonight's sad development mean she never gets a chance to expose his revenge scheme?

EastEnders continues on Thursday, September 14 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

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