Emmerdale spoilers: Liv dies after taking out toxic liquid?

Can Liv’s roommate get help in time? (Image: ITV)

Prisoner Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele) is understandably struggling to adjust to life behind bars in Emmerdale.

After being arrested for the murder of Ben (Simon Lennon), Liv is horrified at the lack of support from her Dingle family.

Of course, outside of prison, Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Cain (Jeff Hordley) told the family to turn Liv down because she was a ‘cold-blooded killer’.

Tonight, going to see Liv, Mandy (Lisa Riley) manipulates her to get Vinny (Bradley Johnson) off the visiting list.

When the heartbroken Vinny returns home, he is disgusted when Mandy confesses that she was behind forcing Liv to make a decision.

Meanwhile, in her cell, Liv is furiously telling her roommate that she needs something to deal with – alcohol.

Near the end of the episode, Liv’s roommate was sipping a poisonous liquid, clearly dangerous.

Noticing that Liv was quiet, her roommate jumped down from her bed and discovered Liv unconscious and her bottle of wine empty.

Coughing up liquid, Liv started convulsing.

Liv’s roommate called for help, believing her new friend was dying.

But will she survive this seizure?

And what about the liquid she drinks – how toxic is it?

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