After discovering that Carla – played by Alison King in the ITV soap – is planning to outsource the factory’s work, the machinists decide to show their boss how unhappy they are with her scheme and storm the factory – along with Gemma Winter and Emma Brooker.
But tragedy strikes as the workers barricade themselves inside, with Gina Seddon and Sally Metcalfe – Connie Hyde and Sally Dynevor – heading onto the scaffolding with their homemade banners.
A row erupts between the warring sisters, with months of bottled up tension spilling out.
They’re horrified when the roof suddenly gives way, leaving everyone on the inside buried under an avalanche of rubble.
But the danger doesn’t stop there. As the staff lay unconscious and trapped under the debris, a burst pipe seeps across the floor towards a live power cable.
The emergency services arrive on the horror scene and begin their search for survivors as the last section of the roof collapses in on those still trapped inside.
As Carla stands outside the ruins of the factory, she’s consumed with guilt. Devastated by what she witnesses, she confesses she knew the roof was unsafe, but chose to ignore it.
When she learns that there has been a fatality in the factory, Carla breaks down in tears, blaming herself for the loss of life.
But who is it? And is Carla really to blame? Later, David Platt confronts his brother Nick Tilsley and asks him if he had anything to do with the factory collapse, thinking he was trying to pull an insurance scam.
Could David be right?
The Sun Online recently revealed that Carla was going to be blamed for the tragedy but her ex-husband Peter Barlow would go to great lengths to keep her part in it secret.
A source revealed he’d pay £10k to the builders to keep Carla’s secret.
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