Home and Away spoilers: Will Raffy Morrison survive near drowning?

It's not looking good for Raffy Morrison on Home and Away after the teenager has an epileptic seizure while swimming in the sea...

Raffy Morrison (played by Olivia Deeble) is out of her depth on Home and Away, after being struck by another epileptic seizure while swimming in the sea by herself…

As the teenager starts to sink beneath the surface, her big brothers Justin (James Stewart) and Mason Morgan (Orpheus Pledger) race to her rescue, along with Raffy’s foster dad John Palmer (Shane Withington).

But as the men pull Raffy to shore, will she be OK after this close-call?

Meanwhile, Robbo (Jake Ryan) is all fired-up after the latest developments in his investigation.

Robbo decides to focus his investigation on the dead man, Sean Coulson, who had the infamous Ouroboros symbol carved into his chest.

Home and Away, Sean Coulson

Robbo decides to investigate mystery victim Sean Coulson on Home and Away

However, Robbo’s investigation starts to have an impact on his wife Jasmine Delaney’s (Sam Frost) job, when her new hospital boss Dr Alex Neilson (Zoe Ventoura) questions whether it is safe for Jasmine to be at work, considering she has a bodyguard in tow!

Will Jasmine be able to convince Alex she is a good nurse and just wants a chance to be able to do her job?

Home and Away, Robbo, Jasmine Delaney

Jasmine married into a life of danger when she got hitched to ex-federal agent Robbo!

Elsewhere, Leah Patterson (Ada Nicodemou) continues to rally behind friend Irene Roberts (Lynne McGranger), who is facing possible prison time after attacking teenager Bella Nixon’s (Courtney Miller) online stalker, Tommy.

However, there’s a dramatic turn of events when Irene receives a call from her lawyer and learns that Tommy plans to sue her if she is found guilty of assaulting him.

Home and Away, Irene Roberts

There’s bad news for Irene when she discovers stalker Tommy is planning to sue her…

Irene could lose everything… including the Diner!

Home and Away continues weekdays at 1:15pm and 6:00pm on Channel 5