Paul Foreman seemingly revealed as factory roof collapse victim in spoiler clip

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Paul Foreman seemingly revealed as factory roof collapse victim in spoiler clip



CORONATION Street may have accidentally revealed who is killed in the factory roof collapse in the spoiler clip.
The long-awaited factory disaster is set to rock the ITV show on Monday, with protesting Underworld workers in mortal danger as they’re trapped under rubble.
Paul Foreman is shown lying unconscious on the ground in the spoiler clip
Motionless Paul is lying on his back and covered in fallen debris
We know that at least one major character will lose their life after the roof is sabotaged by a villain.
And it appears as though Paul Foreman’s time could be up as the spoiler shows him lying unconscious on the ground.
In the explosive episode, the workers decide to occupy the factory to protest their boss Carla Connor deciding to outsource knicker production to keep costs down.
The protesters – accompanied by Gemma Winter and Emma Brooker – storm the factory and barricade themselves inside.
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The protesting Underworld workers are in mortal danger as they’re trapped under rubble
The protesters – accompanied by Gemma Winter and Emma Brooker – storm the factory and barricade themselves inside
Sally Metcalfe and Gina Seddon head up onto the scaffolding which has been put up by builder Gary Windass who is in the middle of doing a patch-up job on the dodgy roof.
But the peaceful protest soon take a nasty turn when the sisters have a furious argument as months of tension comes spilling out. A scream is heard before Sally falls and the roof caves in on itself.
Inside the factory, Sally – Sally Dynevor – lies unconscious and trapped under a pile of debris from the roof.
The other workers can be seen lying slumped and also buried under rubble while a burst pipe send leaking water towards a live cable.
Will anyone be able to rescue the trapped workers before they’re all electrocuted?
Show boss Iain Macleod said the scenes were “heart-breaking”.
He added: “It’s a colossal big stunt.
The other workers can be seen lying slumped and also buried under rubble
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“It will at first appear to be an accident. It will then be revealed that it was a criminal enterprise that caused it to collapse.
“And someone will be dying in said collapse. This is the beginning of the next generation of a Corrie bad guy.
“The factory collapse will be the start of that.”
Nick Tilsley, played by Ben Price, will be investigated for the collapse as police officers discover it was definitely sabotage and believe it was done as part of an insurance scam.
A TV source told The Sun’s Bizarre TV Column: “They have just filmed scenes where cops are asking questions about Nick, his whereabouts on the day and involvement in Underworld.
“When the victim’s family ask officers if they think Nick did it as part of a insurance scam, they say they are exploring all lines of enquiry, but keep it vague.
In recent weeks, Ben filmed scenes where Nick was furious with Carla for trying to oust him out the business, so it could be revenge.”

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