Emmerdale spoilers! Is Tracy Metcalfe about to face a murder charge?
Following Kerry Wyatt's admission of guilt for Frank's death, she's unconscious in hospital and her attacker, Tracy Metcalfe, is terrified…
Emmerdale’s Tracy Metcalfe's (Amy Walsh) blood is turned cold in Monday’s episode (7pm, see our brand new TV Guide for full listings).
Last week, when Tracy Wyatt (Laura Norton) admitted she had a hand in Frank's death, his terrified daughter Tracy (Amy Walsh) fled. But in the drama of the confrontation, Tracy lashed out causing Kerry to fall and get knocked unconscious. And now Kerry is in hospital with her life hanging in the balance.
Though Amy has the answers she's been searching for since her dad Frank died in the Sharma factory fire, she's now looking at a possible murder charge if Kerry doesn't pull through.
Freaking out, Amy turns to her sister Vanessa (Michelle Hardwick) and Charity (Emma Atkins) try to reassure her it will all be OK when Kerry's daughter Amy (Natalie Ann Jamieson) pitches up and threatens to go to the police about Tracy.
But will it?
Over at the hospital things don't look good when Kerry heart stops… Will the crash team manage to revive her or could Tracy actually be facing a murder charge if the police get wind of it?
Kim Tate (Claire King) has a potential PR crisis on her hands when Ryan (James Moore) threatens to tell the press that her soon-to-open outdoor pursuits centre doesn't really cater for people with disabilities.
And Graham (Andrew Scarborough) and Rhona (Zoe Henry) flirt up a storm.
Emmerdale continues on ITV.
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