Emmerdale fans horrified as Jacob suffers serious allergic reaction and Victoria's to blame
18.09.2023 - 19:33
Emmerdale viewers struggled as they watched distressing scenes during the latest episode, as young adult Jacob Gallagher (played by Joe-Warren Plant) suffered from a severe nut allergy. But in a terrifying storyline twist, Victoria Barton was accidentally to blame after making a near-fatal mistake in the restaurant on Monday night, 18 September.
The chef was doing her best to cook and create a satisfying spread for Gaby's potential new clients, but couldn't keep up with the increasing work-load. As a result, she made a rushed sauce for one of the dishes with an ingredient that had nut oil in it.
Jacob then checked if the item was safe to eat, and after getting the go-ahead from Victoria, it wasn't long before he was choking. After an alarming scene saw Jacob's mum Leyla Harding (Roxy Shahidi) sobbing and trying to help her son, Victoria jumped into action and raced to the car to get the suffering character's second EpiPen, which injects treatment immediately. But it wasn't enough to make Leyla forgive her once she found out the truth.
"If he'd been by himself he wouldn't have made it to the car in time, I just felt so useless you know," Leyla shared to David at the hospital, while Jacob was being kept in for observation. "I'm sorry, I can't believe that we nearly lost him again.
That we're in here, again. As everything was getting back on track you know," Leyla shared through her tears, but that worry quickly turned to anger once Victoria arrived.
"Thank you for everything you did today, you practically saved his life," the wedding planner thanked her at first. "No it was my fault," a guilty Victoria said. "I ran out of sauce and I had to make another batch and one of the ingredients I used had nut oil in it.
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