On Monday, terror hits Corrie when a minibus trip goes horribly wrong. Here we take a look back at some of Weatherfield's most dramatic and infamous stunts…
1979: Baby Tracy Barlow (then Langton) was feared dead and buried under Rovers rubble after a lorry crashed into the boozer. We all know she's alive and well, obviously
1986: The first Rovers' fire saw Bet Lynch get caught in the bedroom - as many have! It was Kevin who saved her, what a hero
1989: One of the most iconic Corrie moments ever. Nobody in Britain was sad to see Alan Bradley get his comeuppance on Blackpool's tram tracks
2003: Gail, will you ever learn? Husband number 3, Richard Hilman, drove Gail and her family into the canal. Miraculously, they all survived. Apart from Richard, of course!
2004: Mad Maya was the baddie who wouldn't stop. After holding Dev and Sunita hostage and setting fire to the corner shop, she tried to run them over
2010: Look, here's our Gail again. Joe McIntyre tried to fake his own death on a Yorkshire lake and ended up killing himself, leaving Gail a widow AGAIN and Tina fatherless
2010: In the same year, villainous Tony Gordon finally came a cropper when he became victim of the Underworld explosion
2010: As if the 50th Anniversary year hadn't delivered enough drama, the year climaxed with what is probably Corrie's greatest ever stunt - the tram crash
2013: More flames at the Rovers when love rat Karl set fire to the place, leaving Sunita to perish in the pub cellar
2014: Tina McIntyre met her end when she was accidentally knocked off the building site roof... and then bludgeoned by Rob. It was a shocking end to one of the Street's most loved characters
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