Fans may recall that the officer was shot earlier this month after a police operation to apprehend the bikers went horribly wrong, leaving him struggling for his life.
Long Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) and Rose (Kirsty Marillier) feared their beloved Cash would pass away for a while, he miraculously survived, recovering awareness and waking up from his coma.
Cash, however, was unable to recall the events that led up to his hospitalization, which put Felicity in the unpleasant situation of having to inform him that Marty shot him and that Marty later died as a result of the wounds he received during the confrontation.
The policeman had a hard time understanding the news.
Actor Nicholas Cartwright told Metro.co.uk that Cash “doesn’t cope with the news of Marty’s death well.” It’s the reverse of why he joined the police, and it calls into question his entire career.
“His mentality is one of disbelief. He is on the verge of imploding because he can’t handle all the horrible things occurring to him at once.
Felicity was then counseled by Doctor Bree Cameron (Juliet Godwin) to give her brother some room while he processes everything that has happened.
Nicholas continued, “Cash gets rude to everyone around him when his mental state starts to worsen. But Dr. Cameron sees right through it and keeps caring for Cash. She is the only one who can see past the agony and recognize Cash’s mental anguish.
As Felicity is unable to respond to his inquiries, Cash looks for coworker Rose in the hopes that she will provide him the background information he needs to understand Marty’s passing.