Who dies in the Coronation Street factory roof collapse, who gets out alive and who was responsible?
IT’S a big week in Weatherfield, following the Underworld factory collapse, which aired on Monday night.
We know that at least one much-loved Corrie character will have lost their life, so what we want to know is who dies, who lives and whose fault is it? Let’s find out…
Who dies in the Coronation Street factory roof collapse?
Obviously Coronation Street bosses are keeping the identity of the victim very close to their chests.
But we do know that some people are definitely at risk. The factory workers are all inside when the roof caves in – along with Emma Brooker and Gemma Winter.
Sally Metcalfe will be left fighting for her life as she falls through the roof after a fight with her sister Gina Seddon as they both tried to hang banners after climbing up the scaffolding.
Abi Franklin, Tyrone Dobbs and Sally’s husband Tim will be at risk when they rush in to the factory after Sally’s fall and the initial collapse.
Fans think even Rana Nazir could be in trouble as Carla handed her a key to the factory last week.
Who makes it out alive?
Again, Corrie head honchos aren’t giving anything away, even Sally Dynevor who plays Sally Metcalfe was stunned to learn her character would be fighting for her life.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun Online’s Soap Bubble, Sally wouldn’t be drawn on who dies, or even if Sally herself survives, but did admit her shock at the news.
Asked if she worried she was being killed off, Sally said: “Of course that’s the first thing I said, oh my gosh!
“Gosh, she’s just got out of prison, give her a break!”
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Whose fault is the factory collapse?
It will be revealed that the disaster is not an accident as a shadowy figure will be seen tampering with the dodgy roof before it caves in.
Characters in the frame are Nick Tilsley, Gary Windass, Peter Barlow, Carla Connor, Seb Franklin and Robert Preston, who all have their own reasons for wanting to sabotage the roof.
Who though, remains to be seen…