Holby City kills off character after explosion

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Photo credit: BBC

Holby City spoilers follow.

Holby City has killed off a character in tonight's (September 14) episode, in the wake of the hospital explosion.

We'd already revealed that one character would not be making it out of tonight's episode alive, and Cameron Dunn has now been confirmed as the death victim.

Cameron had planted the explosive device in the hospital, in a bid to avenge his former colleagues and ensure he never returned to prison.

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Photo credit: BBC

Although Hanssen desperately battled to keep the hospital safe, he was ultimately unable to outsmart Cameron and the bomb went off at the end off last week's episode.

While the majority of the show's main characters escaped unscathed (apart from Lucky, who remains in a critical condition thanks to Jeni), Cameron and Bernie found themselves in danger later on.

Trapped in the hospital, Bernie was very much at an unstable Cameron's mercy as she tried to get them to safety.

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Photo credit: BBC

Despite the rapidly falling debris, Bernie refused to leave Cameron's side, but remained adamant that he still needed to hand himself into the police.

However, it quickly became clear that Cameron had no intention of escaping the carnage alive as he desperately pleaded with Bernie to say she was proud of him.

When Bernie faltered, Cameron opted to save her regardless – pushing her out of the way before the roof collapsed around them.

The closing moments of the episode saw a heartbroken Bernie visit Cameron's body to say her goodbyes, before revealing to Hanssen that she was going to head back to be with Serena.

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Photo credit: BBC

Tonight's episode marked the end of Nic Jackman's stint on the show. He originally bowed out earlier in the year when Cameron was sent to prison, but made a shock return last month as part of his big revenge storyline.

Fans also waved goodbye to Chloe Godard in tonight's episode, as Amy Lennox has bowed out of the role after three years.

Chloe's final scenes saw her tell her mum Ange that she'd accepted a new job abroad. Their touching final moments saw Ange ask Chloe to name her newborn baby sister, who was born prematurely amid the chaos following the explosion.

Holby City airs on Tuesdays on BBC One.

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