Coronation Street fans baffled as SINKHOLE appears in Platts’ garden

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Coronation Street viewers were taken aback on Friday night as a random sinkhole appeared in the Platt family’s back garden.

During the episode, David and Sarah Platt, Shona Ramsay and Nina Lucas gathered for a barbecue, but the festivities were interrupted by an almighty accident, leaving a huge hole in the grass.

The bizarre moment came in the middle of the ITV soap opera’s special first hour since the COVID-19 restrictions were put in place and precedes its return to six episodes per week.

Can you repeat that please?! Coronation Street viewers were baffled Friday night as a random sinkhole appeared in the Platt family’s back garden

The group were stunned as they stared at the huge crater in the middle of the garden, while Colin from the water company later told them that the house was not safe to live in now.

Watching the events unfold, Coronation Street viewers took to Twitter in droves to comment on the shocking incident.

“I know Shona was going on that trampoline, but it’s ridiculous #Corrie,” commented one spectator.

While another shared, “WTF just happened? How very 2020. #Corrie. ‘

Crash: During the episode, David and Sarah Platt, Shona Ramsay and Nina Lucas gathered for a barbecue, but the festivities were interrupted by an almighty accident, leaving a huge chasm

Crash: During the episode, David and Sarah Platt, Shona Ramsay and Nina Lucas gathered for a barbecue, but the festivities were interrupted by an almighty accident, leaving a huge chasm

“I’ve seen it all now. A chasm in #corrie ‘tweeted a third watcher.

‘Sensational! This chasm scenario is so random, ”commented a shocked viewer.

With another addition: “And 2020 just got even crazier – # Corrie is doing a sinkhole scenario!” “

Danger: The group are stunned as they gaze at the huge crater in the middle of the garden, while Colin from the water company later tells them that the house is not safe to live on now

Danger: The group are stunned as they gaze at the huge crater in the middle of the garden, while Colin from the water company later tells them that the house is not safe to live on now

Meanwhile, soap expert Sarah Marshall has previously teased the sinkhole drama that should be part of a bigger storyline for the Platts.

She said on This Morning earlier this month: “It initially means the Platts are homeless – there’s always something going on there, there are still bodies buried there.

“I can’t help but think that if you go to the trouble of making a massive sinkhole, will that be part of a bigger storyline?” And that’s what I’m hearing, maybe a big scenario ahead.

Shock: Watching the events unfold, Coronation Street viewers took to Twitter in their readers to comment on the shocking events unfolding on the street

Shock: Watching the events unfold, Coronation Street viewers took to Twitter in their readers to comment on the shocking events unfolding on the street

Meanwhile, next week Coronation Street will return to its usual six episodes per week.

Although it was not interrupted during the coronavirus lockdown, the soap had to ration episodes to just three per week, while production was on hold for several months.

But with filming recently resumed, despite social distancing restrictions, fans will now have a more regular take on the Manchester-based soap opera.

Future problems?  Meanwhile, soap expert Sarah Marshall previously teased that the sinkhole drama should be part of a bigger storyline for the Platts.

Future problems? Meanwhile, soap expert Sarah Marshall previously teased that the sinkhole drama should be part of a bigger storyline for the Platts.

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